Hunting, Helping…What I Love
If I could make a living doing what I love I would choose to hunt. Hunting has been a long time passion of mine. On this hunting journey I would work with an organization that takes underprivileged children and people with disabilities on hunting trips. I have worked with children before and have family members with disabilities, there is nothing more rewarding than putting a smile on their face. I can remember the smile and great feeling I had on my first successful hunt and I would love to be able to provide that for others. Specific goals would include becoming a registered guide, attaining employment with an outfitter that provides these types of programs, and being able to guide as many people and children as possible. One of my teachers shared a saying with me, “In one hundred years it will not matter what clothes I wore, what car I drove, or how much money I had in the bank; what matters is that I changed the life of a child.” I have volunteered with kids and always kept that in mind. Being able to take my passion of hunting and being able to help underprivileged and/or people with disabilities would be a dream come true.