Love Is My Profession

Scholarship Entrant: Jamel from Brooklyn, Ny
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 Jamel: 2

My biggest aspiration is to perform. To perform on stage, in the community, anywhere I can be seen that’s what I want more than anything. What my act would be well it’s quite simple you see love is my profession and I’m working at it tirelessly. By nature I am a world changer. See a problem fix a problem is my philosophy. I have always been there for my friends and family now it’s time to take this act on the road.
What do I mean by love is my profession? Well I am glad you asked, I help people and give whatever I can. I am working on an international business degree in order to start and fund several charities. The goal is to touch every person we meet whether it is a youth or a person on the street. How will I do this? In a variety of was I am a musician so firstly I would love to give the arts away.
I want to establishing relationships that make the arts more affordable and accessible to all who have interest. So that would involve networking with local businesses and trying to get help from local governments. I’d also like to help with people looking to turn their life around. Homeless adults and teens are the prime target that I want to hit with this. I have so many more ideas to encourage people and inspire them to join me in giving the ultimate gift. Love.

Vote for Jamel: 2

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