Light up the world

Scholarship Entrant: Emily from Braxton, Ms
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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I am actually very lucky I do get paid to do what I love doing. I am an electrician only by experience, I want to get back to college to get my degree and license. I have created many light fixtures for people and to see there face light up when they are installed and turned on is worth a million dollars. I love people I am a people person, it does my heart wonders to have actual pieces of my work in someone’s home,office or even outdoor kitchen. I have always been fascinated with how things work and electricity is so amazing. To think that things can be seen in a different light and change the whole way you feel is wonderful. I have so many creative concepts for lighting in homes and businesses That I hope to one day market. I hope that the world will love them as much as I and that others will benefit from them. I have made some very unique things in my time and have shared with others. I know that my designs would do a world of good for so many and light up there lives. My dream is to one day have my own lighting studio to display and sale my light fixtures. I am on my way there now one step at a time, I have my path lit up and will be there soon. I have always been told that if you love your job, that makes your living you will never have to work again. Well I am lucky I haven’t worked in years.

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