One Fish at a Time

Scholarship Entrant: Camille from West Melbourne, FL
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 Camille: 2

Some people call me crazy, others call me adventurous, but I see nothing else but me following my passions. Seeing the world makes me feel so rich and happy, and I try my hardest to explore as much as possible. Within 19 years, I have already been fortunate enough to travel to 14 countries, and that number grows every year. I’m pursuing an ocean engineering degree currently, but my true dream would be to drop everything and move to a small Caribbean island and start my own eco-tourism company. The different types of landscapes and animals I have seen in my life make me want other people to enjoy and explore them as much as I have. Travelling brings me joy, and making a living off of something that brings other people joy as well would be the most fulfilling lifestyle. I know an eco-tourism will not bring world peace, but how it will change the world is the happiness it brings others. The light my company would give would burn so bright that more will want to experience this happiness as well. My passion is travelling, my work would be what I love, and I would change the world one fish, one breathtaking view, and one exciting experience at a time, bringing smiles to everyone’s faces.

Vote for Camille: 2

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