Children’s Potential

Scholarship Entrant: Larisa from 316 Strawberry Roan Way, CA US
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 Larisa: 35

If I could earn a living doing what I love most, it would be to interact with children and assist them in understanding no matter who they are, what they have experienced, or how bad they feel they have messed up their lives, they are loved. Programs focused on children try to assist in teaching how to be successful in life but I believe most programs are missing the genuine love of children; which is over looked by needing to get procedures done. I would create a childcare exemplifying how to genuinely love and nurture young hearts while teaching lessons to be successful in their future endeavors. It would be different then schooling programs which emphases on children’s intelligence instead focusing on the strengths and weaknesses of the individual while giving unending support. To make my dream a reality, I would finish at my associate’s degree the community college, go to a California State University, and become a Marriage and Family Therapist. Majoring in Marriage and Family Therapy would give me the skills in how to deal with children who have broken families and be able to dig deeper into the problems they have with themselves. Teaching children they are loved would change the world in having children grow up knowing they are human beings who are appreciated, needed and wanted in a world where teaching love is rare. Helping children see their potential should be seen as a gift, and a job that I would love to do.

Vote for Larisa: 35

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