Art Teacher Dream

Scholarship Entrant: Kayla from North Las Vegas, Nevada
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.
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If I can earn a living doing what I love most, I would definitely be an elementary art teacher. Why elementary and not middle or high school, well it’s quite simple. I love children, their need to grasp the world around them, and their ample of daily and sometimes hourly questions. I believe that children in this stage can express themselves without really worrying about their peers picking on them for being different because they are basically all still in the same stage of life. I believe that it is good to teach the young that they do not always have to express how they feel with words but with sculptures, paintings, or whatever they can create with their two hands. I think being an art teacher can change the world because it allows us to see how differently we think from one another or how similar we think. It also shows that imagination can go from the mind to paper to reality, if you really put your mind to it. Goals that I would have to take in order for this to happen is to go to college and learn all there is to art, then become an elementary school teacher, of course I’ll have to be a student teacher of course, and finally find a school that is a good fit for me.

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