Diversity

Scholarship Entrant: Gyani from Washington, DC
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 Gyani: 1

Who can impact the world being a one hit wonder? I feel that it is important to be diverse, open-minded, applicable, and flexible to impact the world to your best potential. Those who are passionate about what they do are great but looking at something from one perspective and place will be so limiting. Being in different roles and areas of experience will help make a greater impact on a larger amount of people. I want to make a living by involving myself in so many things, and in each thing give my best and make an influence in my time in that position. I have always prided on being diverse and being able to be powerful in different areas. In the last year, I have been at non-profit organization, leader of a cheerleading team, intern at the White House, employee at the company of Best Buy, and an early college program student at GWU. Everything is different from one another but keeps me a well-rounded, diverse person. I want to continue to do this during my life, making a living being in different positions of the society. I have wanted to be a lawyer since I was little, but being in this one occupation will not satisfy my potential. I want to be a part of so much that I can touch so many.

Vote for Gyani: 1

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