A Bakers Dream

Scholarship Entrant: Jamie from Hollywood, Florida
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 Jamie: 1

The joy on their faces as they walk through the doors into the store, the excitement on the kids’ faces as they point out each and every item on display. From cookies to cupcakes and even miniature personal cakes all lined up ready to be taken home, or given to friends or family members. Owning my own Bakery has always been a dream of mine and I intend to pursue it. Just being able to see a friend or family members reaction to their custom ordered cake is enough satisfaction for me. Many people underestimate the power of baking; it requires time, patience, and dedication. Having bakeries around relieves the stress from parents, friends, and even significant others. Not only do they have to plan a surprise party, order all the food, and invite all the guests, but they also have to worry about the delicious cake! After all, what’s a birthday without a cake? That’s where the bakery comes in, we not only take away one less factor to worry about but, we help bring ideas to life just to make that special day a little more memorable. My bakery will change the world by making people happy and allow them to have trust in my business. The customers will always be satisfied and be filled with complete happiness and that’s what matters most.

Vote for Jamie: 1

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