Doing What I Love

Scholarship Entrant: Christie from Mead, Colorado
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 Christie: 1

If I could live an earning what I love most it would involve reading. With reading I would teach illiterate kids to read and read to others. To teach others to read would be very rewarding and make me feel wonderful inside and I would share the joy of reading with others. I would be sharing that joy by reading to others too. I believe that it is very important to install the joy of reading with kids because for me reading takes myself to another place and I enjoy it immensely. Reading is very important and I feel reading for fun is very important as well. I feel this way because reading can be done without technology and be just as enjoyable. As important as technology is in today’s world, I feel that it is equally important that it does not become the only thing used and that we still remember things, like books, that were used before technology. I would achieve this by first becoming a librarian that way I can install the enjoyment of reading in those who come to the library and then raise money at the same time. The goal of raising money is so that I can travel to places with illiterate kids or if those kids are nearby have money to buy them a book or two when the realize the joy of reading.

Vote for Christie: 1

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