It’s not work when you love doing what you do

Scholarship Entrant: Tarevis from Summit, Illinois
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 Tarevis: 71

If I could earn a living doing what I love to do, I would be an analyst for ESPN, working for SportsCenter. Every morning, I wake up and I see what these people do for a living. I tell myself not only is that what I want to do for the rest of my life; I tell myself I’m going to be doing that for the rest of my life. I would get to talk about sports every day for a career. I don’t call that making a living, I call that living a dream. It will allow me to change the world by telling people that self-expression can be used to get you far in life. I want to influence kids all over the world with this profession by showing them that a job can also be fun. I want to show them that you don’t have to dread going into work every day for the rest of your life. The possibility of being a household name can happen with this career.
Currently, I am on a path to making my dream become a reality. I am getting ready to enter my junior year of college at Northern Illinois University. I start my broadcasting classes this fall and this summer I will be looking for internships in the broadcasting field. I have worked hard all my life to get to this point and I’m going to keep working hard until I reach every goal I have set for myself.

Vote for Tarevis: 71

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