Never Stop Dreaming

Scholarship Entrant: Emmeline from Hillsborough, New Jersey
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 Emmeline: 2

Most people my age would say that they want to be rich, have a nice expensive house,extravagant cars,and a few kids.It makes sense,it’s the typical American dream glamorized by the media. If I could have any job I would like to be a sports videographer,because I love sports especially soccer; it’s a big part of my Colombian culture. I also have a passion for film,because I believe it’s important to remember the memories that don’t last. Recently I’ve been documenting my life because I want to show my future children parts of my life that they were not alive to see. I want them to be able to know what I went through, how hard work pays off,and that life is a magical adventure that everyone can experience. I want to show my kids and the world that everyone can make a difference,even if it’s a small one,that it’s important.I’m not sure how I’m going to make the world a better place yet,I don’t have the gift of seeing into the future.What I do know is that my kid’s will appreciate what I’m doing for them,and that it will inspire them to dream big and work hard to achieve their goals. Everyday I wake up and tell myself to never stop dreaming because I want to make my loved one’s proud,and that if I can inspire at least one person that I’ve already changed the world.

Vote for Emmeline: 2

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