Achieving Greatness

Scholarship Entrant: Chase from Seiad Valley, California
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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If I could do anything in this life, it would have to be playing professional tennis. I love tennis with all of my being, and when I step foot onto that court, I feel alive inside and I have that burning passion for competition. I have dreamed of standing on center court at Wimbledon with the trophy in my sweaty hands. To me, being a professional tennis player is the ultimate dream job, and I am willing to put in the hard work to make that vision come true. With this occupation, I would have the means to create my own charity organization so that I could give back to society and to people who need help in a drastic way. I would invest my money in finding a cure for diseases around the globe. Being a pro player would not only be beneficial to me but to the whole world as well. Roger Federer is a pro tennis player who I look up to very highly. He has great respect for his fans, fellow players, and for everyone he comes across. He has established a well-known charity organization on top of all his substantial work. Being a tennis professional, I would want to be just like him, as a player and a person, for the world needs the support from those who can give.

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