My Ideal Career

Scholarship Entrant: Nehemiah from Rochester, New York
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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Going to college is supposed to bring many new experiences and opportunities to students. College gives kids a taste of living on their own, brings about new friends, spreads knowledge, and hopefully gives a higher earning potential. Deciding what to study is a challenge due to the debate of doing what one loves and what will be able to support a person, or even a family. Being able to earn a sufficient living while simultaneously doing something I have a passion for would be ideal. If this was the case I’d be a permanent student, not in the sense of staying in school forever, but to continue to learn post grad. I would love to travel the world learning from different people and cultures. Learning all of this knowledge would be of little good without it being shared. That being said, it would also be amazing to be able to teach and present the information I would accumulate. I believe knowledge and information is meant to be shared and can be the cure to lots of the world’s problems. It would be an honor to meet some of our world’s great minds. The ultimate goal would be to be considered one of those great minds one day. In summation, my life goal, and ideal career would be simply to learn, teach, and share with the hopes of having an eternal impact on our world.

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