Opportunities for children, our future

Scholarship Entrant: Han Sung from East Meadow, 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.
Vote for Han Sung: 1

I have always enjoyed teaching. Teaching is an instinct to us, and it was the main reason for the formation of our society. Every second of our life from birth to death, we learn. We are easily persuaded and influenced by the education we get at young age. That’s why I believe teaching is the way I could have a job which I love and change the world. Children are our future and to improve the world, we must start from the beginning. My vision of teaching is a bit different. Creativity is the key to my vision. Creativity is the factor which makes people unique. Everyone is creative in their own way. By installing a learning program more acceptable and flexible to children’s’ interests, we feed and support the growth of the most powerful thing in the world, an idea. The artistic and musical geniuses of the world are mostly developed at an early age. Why limit this approach to only artistic fields? All children have talents whether them be in the field of science, language, or other skills. Giving children a wider scope of the world will give confidence in their abilities in broad subjects. The global age which we live in is the perfect setting to achieve my goals. Let the children explore, allow them to experience many different cultures, skills, and opportunities. Revolutionize our mindset from the traditional education of books and colleges to opening different paths of success for our unique and bright children

Vote for Han Sung: 1

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