Life and Meaning

Scholarship Entrant: Ashley from St. Clair Shores, Michigan
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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Waking up everyday has to have meaning or else it would be senseless. I was given the ability to create and be a visionary within this world. I would love to wake up everyday knowing my visions and creations will change this world for the better. Having the ability to let my mind create whatever it desires is the best feelings ever. I went to school to be pharmacy technician because I thought that was the way I was supposed to go economically wise. Unfortunately, I had no joy in that field of study. I believe I was meant to build and create. I want to go to the College of Creative Study to focus on what I am good at. I want to go into major in ceramics and minor in automotive transportation. I have a passion for the way cars look, and I feel that I can add dramatic emotion to their appearance that can captive the eye. I have great problem solving skills that would be useful areas of automotive design. If you grant me with this scholarship you will be helping me set free some worry about how to pay for college. In conclusion I am sure I will succeed because my determination to be apart of a great team and work hard is what I truly want.

Thank you,
Ashley Vanpaepeghem

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