A Home with a Hope

Scholarship Entrant: Bethany from Sugar Land, Texas (TX)
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 Bethany: 49

If I could earn a living doing what I love most, I would run an organization in Kathmandu, Nepal that I hope to one day create called A Home with a Hope. At this home, I would be a teacher for women rescued from human trafficking as well as their children; giving an education for the mind in addition to teaching them to one day be independent mothers, capable of safely supporting themselves and their children.
Some ways I would prepare to make this dream a reality would be learning Nepalese, moving to Kathmandu, finding a suitable building and opening a coffee shop to start small by making friends with the people. After establishing my organization and making ready for traveling to different areas of Nepal, along with surrounding countries, that have high human trafficking rates or large ports in order to rescue captive girls. I believe that my organization would, and will, change the world by providing a safe and loving environment for women and children who are struggling beyond what one can understand, as well as offering an education for them. Any amount of lives that I can change and, with hope, touch, would change the world in my eyes.

Vote for Bethany: 49

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