Changing the World, Little by Little

Scholarship Entrant: Samantha from East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
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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Most people spend their lives dreaming of traveling the world to treat the less fortunate, or becoming the President of the United States of America. However, what most people fail to realize is that the future of our country depends on the education students receive, especially from a young age. Teaching students from a young age and inspiring them to follow their aspirations is something I cannot wait to do following college graduation. Teaching and helping others is what I love to do, and I know that in my students I would instill, aside from the education that would fall under their curriculum, to follow dreams and that the sky is the limit. The most important thing would be to show every student the importance of kindness, respect, and that there’s nothing stopping them from doing what makes them happy in life. To achieve said goal of becoming a teacher for younger students, I plan on diligently spending my time on my studies throughout my college career, and becoming the best I can be. Every student is entitled to a great education, but to change the world starts with a teacher that cares about the futures of his or her students.

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