A college education can give me well-informed knowledge of exactly what it means to help my community. I want to provide insight in issues that affect my community, and how to resolve those issues. My degree will award me the confidence I need in order to build a profile of a leader, role model and, most importantly, a community advocator. Upon competing collegiate career, I will earn my economics degree; become a financial advisor so I can become a man who speaks plans into actions. I plan to use my knowledge to give back to my community by offering them financial cues and advice to help them stay out of debt. I hope to learn the importance of making more informed decisions by providing them with adequate knowledge through the fruits of a college education. I will be able to carry out my community civic duty in a more efficient manner. Going forward, I will be able to address issues that were of great significance to my community such as matters stemming from unemployment, higher education, and personal welfare. In other words, I plan to be an individual who knows and understands what plans need to be put into action, how to implement certain strategies and how to track progress of those concerns in my community. Using my financial knowledge, my goal is to help clean up all the debts of others and myself and use my instrument of knowledge to learn new financial cues and skills.