World Changing Professional Dancer

Scholarship Entrant: Kailyn from South Euclid, OH
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 Kailyn: 169

If I could earn a living doing what I love most, than I would be a professional dancer. Dance can change the world in many ways and I am a candidate, for changing the world through dance. My life has changed from just the sight of dance so imagine what I could do as a dancer. People watch dance and walk away a different person. Whether it made them cry, laugh, smile or just nod their head in approval, it changed them in some way. Through dance not only will I earn a living, I will make them feel something they’ve never felt before. Sharing my gift with people means expressing the things I can’t say out loud. Laying my thoughts and feelings right on the stage for everyone to see. The things that are hard for me to say and the stories I want people to know are now visually available. I have a strong desire to perform and I truly love touching people’s heart. I can do all of these things through dance. Once you have touched someone’s heart that person is changed forever. One person at a time, one performance at a time, I will watch the world change through the visual movement of dance. To make this dream a reality I train currently at Wright State University as a dance major. Each day I strive hard to make this change. I plan to dance all over the world, sharing my gift and talent with many people.

Vote for Kailyn: 169

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