Mechanical Engineering

Scholarship Entrant: Jessica from Oxon Hill, MD
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 earn a living by doing what I love most, I would be an engineer. Ever since I was a child, I have been fascinated with moving objects and how they operate. I learned at an early age, that building things and working with hands was one of my strong areas of development. Throughout my early years, I was able to take things apart and find out how they worked, and in some cases, I was able to improve the object, by finding a better way for it to function effectively. Becoming an engineer would change the world in so many different ways. The field of mechanical engineering is essential to the future growth and development of our society and the way we live. Our country strives to increase the knowledge of technology and creating new ideas to help improve our lives. Every day, there continues to be new construction everywhere. By being a part of future projects, and using my creative skills to enhance society would leave a great impact on the world. I come from a rich heritage of Women who despite the fact that many of them did not have the opportunity to receive a higher education, they still taught me to be the best at whatever I set my mind to and to understand the power of getting your education. So the main goal I’m setting for myself would be to finish college school and make sure I know everything there is about engineering.

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