Helping Hand

Scholarship Entrant: Lamond from Los Angeles, California
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 Lamond: 1

I have no clear idea of what I want my Career to be but I do know that whatever my career is I want to help either the world or people in it. If my career were nothing but using all of my skills to help the world then I would love my job. I love poetry and I love sharing it with others. I love music and am musically diverse because I believe music helps you understand one another. Lastly, I love science and robotics. I love building and combining things and I can imagine me helping to build the world. I would provide efficient buildings or possibly large music and visual arts buildings. A place that promotes science and expressing yourself through the stage or writing.

In order to make this dream of reality the main goal is to make a difference in the community. I am currently going into bio-medical engineering because I believe it is a way I can help people. An example is that so many people are in accidents every year. On top of that, so any people are on a wait list for someone to donate an organ that can save their life. I hope that through my current major once I finish and we can build artificial extra organs from someone’s cell samples that they could have that extra lung or the extra kidney in no time.

Vote for Lamond: 1

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