My Dream Job

Scholarship Entrant: Rachelle from Des Plaines, IL
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 Rachelle: 5

My dream job would be to travel overseas and help those in developing countries as a social worker. I feel that it could change the world because these people would get the resources they need to help others. One thing I would want to help in those countries is getting them medical care especially for females who are pregnant. Most countries do not have very good medical care/resources for people. One goal to achieving this dream would be to graduate college with a social work degree. The next step would be to do research on the developing countries who have not so good medical care, as well as who to talk to about working abroad. Another possible step would be to have a medical professionals who would want to work in those countries alongside me. That would allow me to help those even if I don’t have a lot of knowledge in the medical field. The final step would be to head to that country and hopefully start working with those in need of great medical care. I would be able to give them the information such as resources they have available, where the best medical care is near them, or even help give them medical care that they might not be able to get otherwise.

Vote for Rachelle: 5

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