Opened Eyes

Scholarship Entrant: Brionna from Washington, DC
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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Many people in this world have closed their minds to any possibility of hope, which causes their eyes to be closed from seeing it. Their hearts are burdened and stressed due to the effects of life. My two greatest passions are my faith in Jesus and technology. I believe that by effectively combining them both, it can be a massive weapon to bring hope to all those who are willing to accept it. I want to start an organization that sole purpose is to mentor young people and try to present hope to them. We will do so by using the advances of technology to not only teach Jesus Word but also encourage and help the students with homework and assignments. Each mentor will have a student or students that have a similar background to them. I have learned that relatability is the best way to present hope to the younger generation who doesn’t see a way out of their pain. Furthermore, we will have field trips to the Holy Land Experience, museums, college tours ect in order to present other alternatives besides the environment their used to. I believe as they grow and develop they will be able to reach their peers. By helping the younger generation change, the world will change.

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