Getting paid to do what i love

Scholarship Entrant: Brittanee-Deana from Ewa Beach, Hawaii
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.
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Living in the society we live in today we tend to do things that we have to do instead of doing things that we love to do. If I was able to get paid for doing what I love I would be a preschool or kindergarten teacher. By me doing this I would do so much to change the world. Like giving the children the drive to learn more and going to school wanting to learn. It’ll make the graduation rates go high and the college graduating rates go up higher.
My goal to reach my ultimate goal is to go to college and get the degree in early childcare learning. Then I would study the brain of children and what keeps them engaged. I would then go to student or children between the ages of 4-5 years old, ask them what they want to learn in class. By the things I pick up I will then know how to keep the kids engaged in learning and school.
When all this goes down and the outcomes of the children sky rockets it’ll then show that when doing things from the start will improve the end outcome. By keeping this going and having the kids start schooling on a good foot will allow the rates to go higher than it will ever be.

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