My Dream

Scholarship Entrant: shawn from Rosalie, Nebraska
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 shawn: 1

I love helping people, working with our youth , and giving back to the community through volunteering or whatever it may be. My dream job would be to become an elementary teacher . I believe i would definetly help change the world by becoming a teacher, mentor , educator, and to really offer guidance and support . I volunteer within my church teaching children the bible and i really enjoy it . My goals are to enroll in college in elementary education and begin pursuing my dream of becoming a teacher , one step at a time , and from there i would like to further my education to the highest possible level , the sky is the limit . Our youth and children are most important and i really believe that we can change the world by teaching , mentoring , and really preparing our children to take on the world and become the best they can possibly be . Our children really are the future especially within our small communities throughout , by educating and guiding and preparing our youth for the challenges that life will bring , our world really can become a better place in the future . I am ready to make a difference and give back and becoming a teacher is a dream of mine .

Vote for shawn: 1

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