Dreams and Imagination Shouldn’t be Unrealistic
By: Madeline Bauer
Living in the bubble of the United States (South Dakota, yes we do exist and are not a myth!) we have different issues such as: do I plant yet, shoot its -40 degrees out and I still have school, or watch out for those buffalo on the road. However, my dream job would be to become a cardiologist and would have nothing to do with farming. How I could change the world with my career is not only: the typical saving lives, inspiring future cardiologists, or even putting a stopper in death; but I could change the world by, being able to accomplish my dream of setting up a scholarship for children who live in third world countries so that they may study medicine. There are three stipulations I would have for this scholarship, this are: the recipient has to go into medicine and that he or she does charity work, with the knowledge he or she has acquired, in his or her original country, and one to three people would receive it every other year. Specific goals I would set for myself would be: complete my undergraduate with a biology-chemistry degree at Dakota Wesleyan, be accepted into John Hopkins Medical School, and achieve a doctorate in medicine. After achieving medical school, I would set up a fund with a group of people who would help me make the decisions in order for this scholarship to be successful.
“You do what you want, what you love. Imagination should be the center of your life.”
― Ray Bradbury