It’d Be a Dream…

Scholarship Entrant: Audrey from Everett, MA
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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Earning a living doing what you love the most… Isn’t that something we all aspire to do? For me growing up as a young Hispanic girl with 3 other siblings and a single mom, the idea of one day having a job that pays well was a dream. As I grew older however, the realization that having a well paying job and it being something that I love to do, may be easier said than done. Something I admire is selflessness. The ability to put others before yourself has always been something that I’ve wanted to make into a career. If I could earn a living doing what I love the most it would be traveling the world to help children in need, whether it be in third world countries or even in the United States. There are numerous ways I’d help. Helping different organizations that focus on children in need, raising awareness by filming my travels, and even helping with the use of dance. Dance is one of my biggest passions. The wonders of dance and what it can do for people is immense, I would use it as a means of staying out of trouble for children in areas of high violence and poverty. If I was able to earn a living through traveling the world while assisting and giving back to children in need, whether it be charitable work or through dance, that would indeed be a dream come true.

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