Changing Lifes

Scholarship Entrant: ELIZABETH from Houston, Texas
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 ELIZABETH: 11

If I could become an obstetrician, my dream, I would love to help people all around the world. I was raised in Mexico, and I could see all that the women go through to have their children. There are many little ranch that are in the middle of nowhere and the near hospital is two hours away, and some people without a car and if an emergency occurs they will not be able to get to the hospital fast enough. Also many of the schools don’t function all day, as not many teachers want to go out and stay at a ranch and have limitations. I want to save money after I get a job at a hospital an open a foundation, which go’s out to the countries and train women as midwifes so if an emergency occurs they know how to help the mother and the baby. The foundation can also move to more areas and build schools that are halfway between the community and the city and have school busses drive the kids to the school every day and bring them back so they can study, and have donations so the outstanding students can get scholarships to help students wanting to be a obstetrician. That is my dream to help women all around the world, China, Mexico, South America, and Africa. This dream can only be reach by studying, a long career. To keep studying I need money. The reason I’m asking for this scholarship money.

Vote for ELIZABETH: 11

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