Love of Law

Scholarship Entrant: Kassandra from St. Bonifacius, MN
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 Kassandra: 25

“Pick something you are passionate about, and never ever let go.” These were words of encouragement that I heard when I attended the Girl Scout National Leadership Institute in 2011. My love has always been in being in the spotlight making life and the reason to live better than ever. Two of my biggest passions are law and politics. I believe strongly believe that if we have sound-minded persons working for the government we can make the world a better place. I have grown up loving law. But more than loving law, I love justice. I could argue that my true place would be found in the courtroom but, I want to be in the investigation—talking to the people, figuring out the clues, comforting the families. Currently I am studying for a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice with honors to prepare myself for a career in one or both of these fields. Once I finish my studies I will have the opportunity to go to law school or I could start a career immediately—maybe with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I believe that in both law and politics I can be a leader amongst my peers. One thing I know for sure is that I live by the saying, “When the power of love overcomes the love of power. . . The world will know peace.”

Vote for Kassandra: 25

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