How Childcare Can Change the World

Scholarship Entrant: Marisa from Waterford, CT
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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I have been working with children of all different ages since I turned 16. From nannying, to babysitting, to working right in a daycare, kids have been my main focus for a few years now. Just like generations before me say, they are going to be in charge one day. Even though not all children go to daycare, the ones who do learn a tremendous amount. Daycares help children learn to interact with one another. They learn through sharing, and helping others. It is all in the teacher who are there though. Not all people who work in daycares have the drive to teach such young children, but that is when it is most critical. These children learn from a very young age what is right and wrong and the younger we get children to start getting interested in learning, the better they will do in the long run. Although it seems like such a small, mediocre aspect of a child’s life, the way they spend their days can really have an impact on how they grow and learn. If I could get paid to do what I love if would be to teach kids from a young age to love to learn so that they will continue with that love all the way through college. I believe that if the love learning is started young, they will be more motivated to make a difference when they are older.

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