Compassionate Care

Scholarship Entrant: Carolyn from AURORA, CO – Colorado
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 Carolyn: 1

In a perfect world we could use our talents and aspirations to help many people. In my perfect world where finances didn’t matter I would be providing a mobile health clinic for homeless veterans and families. We have a major crisis on our hands right now with the lack of care happening for these individuals. I am pursuing my degree right now with plans of taking the NClex to become a registered nurse. I would love to use what I have learned and my strength of compassion to serve the people who have served the country that has provided me the freedoms I have. We have so many vets that come home with post traumatic stress and end up unable to work in jobs that are available. These vets end up homeless and with mental illness that they need assistance with. Our greatest care should be given to those who have fought so we can live in a free world with the ability to express ourselves. No financial amount would be as rewarding and powerful as the feeling of love and support that I would provide to those in need. I believe our ultimate destiny in life is to serve others and to always show great compassion for others. What a way to serve others and show compassion.

Vote for Carolyn: 1

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