Living my dream

Scholarship Entrant: Cesley from Lee’s Summit, MO
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Cesley: 5

With numerous career fields in the world it can be extremely tough in picking just one. Exploring different subjects to discover what interests one the most can be a time-consuming process. Although, this may be the case for some it has never been a dilemma for me. From the time I was eight years old I knew what I wanted to do for the rest of my life; and that was to be a Nurse Mid-wife! Now at the time I did not know the title of this position, but I wanted to be the person who saved the lives of my mother and little brother.
Having difficulties in birth is nothing new to Mid-wives as several mothers have difficulties, but I desire to be a key factor in making their experience easier. I plan on delivering the healthiest babies and I will do so by nursing the mother and child. I will create a special data chart for each patient based on background research that will guarantee a smooth delivery. I will not stop with my research until each patient has produced a healthy baby. I plan on changing the world one family at a time. I cannot express my passion for this career. I have always loved helping people but through my experiences it has made me even more passionate about this career. Earning money would certainly be a benefit because waking up every day doing what I love will be the true reward.

Vote for Cesley: 5

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