Teaching

Scholarship Entrant: Sara from Centerburg, Ohio
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 Sara: 1

Takelessons Scholarship Essay 2014

Teaching
If I could make a living on what I love most it would be teaching. It would change the world because I would be with the children of the future. I will help teach them the things they will need to know to succeed in life. I will show them love and compassion, how to work hard and do their best, and how to work together so that we could live in peace. In order to do this I have to set some goals. First I will have to take some college classes so I can become a teacher. Second, I will have to get some class time with children; observe the classroom teacher and see how it all works before trying myself. Third, I would have to graduate from college and get my license to teach. Once I have that I will need to find a school that would accept me. Then, I will have my own classroom. I will have the chance to get to know the kids; their strength and weaknesses. I will do my best to be a good role model for them and to be there for them. Kids are the key to the future. Maybe one day I could teach the kid who will grow up to find a cure for cancer or the kid that becomes the next President of the United States. Without the help of a teacher, who knows what our kids would grow up to be.

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