A Serants Heart

Scholarship Entrant: Kaitlyn from Nunica, MIchigan
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 Kaitlyn: 2

Serve- a word that has defined my nature, who I feel I am. The path that my heart leads me on is one that I have felt called to all my life. I want to help people; I want to serve their needs and their wants and to heal the lacerations life has given them.There are so many people who try to hold these things in and don’t realize how self destructive it is. You never really know how people are under the surface and just one person caring for them could make all the difference in their life. Becoming a social worker would be a dream come true, because of how I could provide, serve people. I may not change the world but i’ll change someone elses world. That right there is why I love to serve people. It’s far worth more than any gem or precious metal. Even if I only transform one person’s life, all the work I have done would be worth it. The first step I have in the blue prints I have drawn up for my life is to earn my bachelor’s degree in social work. From there I want to land a job helping teens or children being a social worker. I find joy in the simple things, like getting someone to smile, to laugh. These are the things that sweeten my day and make me feel like I am the most successful person in the world.

Vote for Kaitlyn: 2

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