Bring the Truth

Scholarship Entrant: Victor from Snoqualmie, Washington
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 Victor: 19

I have always wanted to be a broadcast journalist. Bringing people news about what happens around the world has always sounded so amazing to me. I would change the world, by once again making the news be about news, and not entertainment. Today, news has so much bias and misinformation in it, that very few people in the world know what is actually happening in politics, wars, and other current events. I want to change that. I want to make the news informative and helpful again, without it having an agenda for someone. Regardless on whether information might be good or bad, the public deserves to hear it straight without having to worry if someone has put a spin on it for their own gain. I want to be someone in the media that the public can trust. Someone who the world can trust to bring accurate news. I would change the world by allowing the world to make its own opinions by just presenting the information, and not by shoving my own personnel views down their throats. My main goal above all else would simply be to tell the truth. To many news reporters today only give half truths and lies. I want to be different. That is how I want to change the world.

Vote for Victor: 19

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