Giving for a Living

Scholarship Entrant: Eliza from Pana, il
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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If I could do anything I loved in this world and earn living it would be a job that requires giving. I am majoring in Political Science but if giving was a major I would do that. In my life I haven’t always had it easy. I wasn’t one of those kids who always got what they wanted. I learned how to share and give very early on in my life and cherish the things I did have. Riding the bus to school I saw things such as kids without winter coats and kids without their hair combed while I myself did have those things. It made me realize how fortunate I was. Now as I am grown it affects me even more that I see things such as that but I don’t have all the money or things in the world to give to people without possessions. If I could give for a living I would. I know a lot of people say these things and don’t mean them but seeing people in my life grow up without things made me want to give. If I had an income and a house I would give by starting free stores and pantry’s in big cities and small towns like my hometown of Pana, IL. The needy are everywhere. I would also give an ear and love to children and adults who haven’t had it. If I could give for a living I would.

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