Its my time to change the World!

Scholarship Entrant: Marcus from Bloomington, Minnesota
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 Marcus: 2

If I made a living in doing what I love most, I would be able to change the world in the most drastic way possible.

The position I would take to achieve power that can help enable a worldly change, would be for me to be elected as President of the United States of America. Holding the position of the presidency would give me the abilities to reach across party lines here in the United States to find ways to help the less fortunate, create a reasonable way to create gainful employment so that families can afford the American dream, I would also work to have government forgive student loans so that average American can afford school, as well as being able to afford to find great paying jobs to live the success they’ve worked hard for.

I would work harder as a President of the United States to help find a way to end global hunger, I would help to work on global education, and livable conditions across the world no matter the government or continent. Honestly, I can say as a young gentleman in his twenties I have already started the process in being a part of a world of change by extending my hand in volunteering my time and services across the state of Minnesota and the U.S. in helping the less fortunate individuals in whatever needs from money to clothes off of my own back. With this scholarship I can change the world even more!

Vote for Marcus: 2

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