Physics is Fun! (And Helpful!)

Scholarship Entrant: Patrick from Tresckow, PA
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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So, people always tell me how crazy I am going into physics and how much they hated it when they were in college. I get it, I get it, it was hard and only a few select people have a knack for it. Well, that’s me. Ever since I took the class in high school I fell in love, I wanted to do this for a living. But, what concentration? Well, I decided either on theoretical or astrophysics because I like knowing how everything works and how it could work, and what is up in the sky is always interesting.
My dream is to work for NASA, and though they aren’t really prominent right now, I have confidence they will be in the near future. The steps I’m going to take to get there will be first getting my bachelor’s degree of science in physics by studying at Edinboro University. After that, I will proceed to get my master’s degree, and move on to getting my PhD. By that time I will have lined up many internships and jobs that will get me closer and closer to my dream, NASA.
My career would help everyone, I’m here to figure things out to make your lives easier. So, basically, I do all the work, and everyone else can just sit around and watch. Doesn’t that sound nice to you? I think so.

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