Happy Children

Scholarship Entrant: Jolena from Chelsea, Massachusetts
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 Jolena: 8

I absolutely love helping others, especially children so my living would be running a successful orphanage in third world countries. In order to get to that point, I would have to finish college and get as much knowledge of running an orphanage as possible. I would then need to buy land and build a child’s dream home. This would include custom rooms, expansive play areas and multiple libraries for each age group. It will be a paradise for children who would come from poverty stricken families. Being in my orphanage will open up an opportunity of education, success and fun. Not only will the orphanage be a loving home, it will provide an opportunity that many families can not give-a guaranteed education. The entire system of the home will also be nontraditional. Instead of parents picking their perfect child with no say from said child, the child and parents will choose each other. This will allow the child to be happy and comfortable in their new home. This would change the world because the children will be fed, healthy and happy. Most families in less fortunate countries can barely provide food for their children. The orphanage will give many children an unheard of opportunity in their country.

Vote for Jolena: 8

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