The World’s a Classroom

Scholarship Entrant: Katarina from Wimberley, Texas
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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My ultimate career dream is to be an educated nomad who teaches others of the world. I want to show the people of the world all the places they’ve never been. All my life I have traveled, and because of that, I feel like I have such an incredible education of the world, but I just want to know a little bit more, which is why I enrolled at ACC in the Travel and Tourism program. If I could make a living doing what I love most, I think it would be to own my own destination travel company. We would plan SCUBA diving trips, plan visits to the worlds most unique festivals, and ones that I have personally enjoyed, such as the Wurstmarkt in Germany, La Merce in Barcelona, and Australia Day Celebrations in Sydney.
Traveling the world is a whole new kind of education that more people need to be exposed to. This could increase appreciate for different kinds of people, and bring together different groups that would have otherwise never known eachother! It seems as though there is not much tolerance in this world for people who are assumed to be taboo, this is why I want to open people up to engaging in something outside of their norm, to bring people together.

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