Children of My World…

Scholarship Entrant: Jennifer from Trotwood, Ohio
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 Jennifer: 2

I have always had a connection with children and a strong passion to teach. Not traditional classroom, but more hands on; community based learning. I have always lived by the creed ” Our children are the future” but what about those teens who need after school activities to keep them out of trouble. The one’s who have traveled a rough road and need to be set on the right path to success. I find joy in listening and watching their young minds grow and develope. I have hope, and I want my future bright; that’s why I want to fund a youth prevention center, to aid our young generation in self actualization. When I graduate with my business degree, I plan to open this center and refurbish my community. Provide Job readiness, and public speaking classes to prepare for college and career. Most of all I want to incorporate the Arts; my other passion. I danced ballet for seven years. It kept me out of trouble and gave me inspiration to follow my passion and dreams. There are so many lawyer, dancers, artist, and doctors in my neighborhood, they just need to have the proper resources to make their dreams reality. The world can never change, unless we invest in our seed….

Vote for Jennifer: 2

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