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Scholarship Entrant: Charra from Tampa, Fl
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 Charra: 1

September 11 2001.. Many innocent lives were lost due to a horrific terrorist attack. During the attack many of the air control staff that encountered the offenders could not understand the foreign language.
If one person on the airplanes or air traffic control centers could have understood the language maybe the bombing would’ve been avoided. This is not certain, But I’m sure it would have helped the situation. Every person of society connects differently through the art of language. May it be through sign language or a foreign language.

I’ve always admired linguistics and as I entered High School I choose to learn french. I studied diligently and practiced every chance I got. I listened to music in french , read books in french , and watched the french news. As I continued to grow in the world of linguistics and master the art of language I realized that I found my niche.

If I could make a living doing what I love it would be speaking and translating foreign documents for my country.
Currently In College, I major in intelligence concentrating in foreign terrorism, studying Arabic.
I inspire to work as a Special agent for the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A) as a linguistics analysis. With this goal I can help change the world by connect to others from different areas of the world being a national delegate promoting world peace. I’d be able to provide the service of translating information that is detrimental to the safety of society.

Vote for Charra: 1

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