Serving Those Who Cannot Serve Themselves

Scholarship Entrant: Raven from Jonesboro, GA
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 Raven: 1

I am fully in love with helping those in need. Anywhere from the low income, to the disabled, and the elderly who are up in their age. Bringing a smile upon the faces of others brings me much joy and happiness. I would give my last to see someone with a smile on their face. Maybe I was raised that way, maybe I was not; but who’s to say it is not something I want to continue to be? No one that is who. It is just in my blood and heart to help those in need, those who cannot do for themselves. This could change the world in various ways; it can provide the initial push that others need to join me in helping the less fortunate, it can give the ones in need the boost to get back on their own feet and start their life again, as well as providing America with the force it needs to continue to compete globally. I intend to make this dream a reality by successfully completing my education at the University of Georgia. After which I plan to attend medical school at Mercer University and complete my residency within ten years. Upon completion, I will provide my services to any and every one that is need; I will provide both medical and mental attention when it is sought out.

Vote for Raven: 1

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