My Dream Job

Scholarship Entrant: Rachael from Mount Airy, Maryland
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 Rachael: 28

My dream job is to work at a bakery. I enjoy baking so much and will use any excuse I can find to be in the kitchen baking a dessert for any occasion. Baking relaxes me and keeps my mind off of troubles going on in my life. The bakery would be a place where I could be at peace and bake goodies from scratch all day long. Besides being able to bake, another benefit of the bakery would be that my food would make others happy. Seeing their smiles as they smell the fresh treats and order my hand made pastries to enjoy would make me really happy. Being a baker might not be able to change the world but my desserts could sure make a lot of people happy and stuffed. Besides selling the baked goods I make, I would also bring treats to local soup kitchens, homeless shelters, and sell them to raise money for charities. In order to make my dream a reality, I must first complete my education and hopefully become a physical therapist. Once I have begun my career as a physical therapist and settled down in an area I will try to find a local bakery to work at. I will begin by being a part time baker and eventually retiring from being a physical therapist and to start up my own bakery. I am striving to turn my dream into a reality in the future!

Vote for Rachael: 28

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