Difference Maker

Scholarship Entrant: Christy from Meridian, Idaho
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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I am a difference maker, I am my Father’s daughter, and I want to see love penetrate every individual. Everyday I wake up and think, “How can I make an difference in someone’s life?” and “How will they receive the same love that has been given to me?” I want to change the way people view the world and all of the beautiful things it has to offer.
My goal throughout my educational career is to become a social worker. A social worker to many people can mean a variety of different things. To some it might mean another person to take away my children, while to some it might mean I have someone to be my voice and support. However, in my opinion, a social worker is someone who stands beside someone in strength and love. They are someone who change’s the way people think and behave, while providing stability and balance. A social worker is a difference maker. If everyone in the world knew the love that comes from support and encouragement, then I believe each individual would wake up in the morning thinking, “Wow, even though there are trials and tribulations in life, I am blessed to get through the storm and to see something beautiful in the end.”
I am a difference maker, I am my Father’s daughter, and I want to see love change the world.

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