Dream job Vet-Tech

Scholarship Entrant: Alison from San Antonio, TX, Bexar
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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Growing up and even now I have always had the love for animals. I feel like they should be treated better as pets and just as living creatures. They have feelings and personality’s just as we do which is what I find so fascinating about animals in general. My dream job is to be a Vet-tech and my dream has grown even stronger over the past year. Just when I thought I was about to give up on school because of all the stress with grades, I lost my best friend. She wasn’t just a dog or a pet, she was part of my family and my heart. Since then I saw it as a sign, to not give up and continue school. I want to be a Vet-tech not just for me but to honor my dog and to help save others. I know by choosing my career path and following through I will be changing not just people’s lives but animals as well. It would mean the world to me to help with everything I can possibly do. I plan to continue volunteering at ACS (animal shelter) to gain the experience of what I will be doing for a living. I plan set goals each semester that I can accomplish to help me know that I’m making progress. One day I’ll make a difference even if it’s just for a small portion of the world. I will study my heart out for what I love.

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