Changing the World

Scholarship Entrant: warda from Elk Grove, CA
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 warda: 2

What I love most is helping people, I would love to one-day change lives for the better, and that would mean working directly with people, something that I have always enjoyed. I would like to attend medical school, and afterwards, go on to join Doctors Without Borders, that would mean that I would not only get to change lives, but I would also get to work with people first hand, including children. I have always had a passion for working with children, and this would allow me to do two things that I absolutely love, and I know that I would be good at doing. I would be changing the world by improving conditions, especially health conditions for the younger and more vulnerable children. Children, who have weaker immune systems, would be my main focus because of my studies. I would like to go to school and study pediatric surgery, which would mean that my services would be aimed at children and young adults. If necessary, I would not mind helping other adults, as long as I am using the knowledge that I have to change lives, I could not care less what I am doing. Changing the world is an easy task and it can be done by anyone, young or old, it just depends on the way that you see things. Medical school would be the first set for my goals to be accomplished.

Vote for warda: 2

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