My dream job is…

Scholarship Entrant: Rachelle from Coos Bay, Oregon
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 Rachelle: 10

My dream job is to teach English in South Korea to Korean singers, actors, or anyone in the entertainment agency’s. These people go all over the world for concerts and acting gigs with little to no understanding of the English language. The first step I would take to achieving my dream job is getting my bachelors degree in Art and English, then branching out to entertainment company’s and becoming their personal English teacher. I want to teach them English so it can better their career, but also make it easier for foreign fans to understand there favorite entertainer. How I found my dream job was by one day watching a video of a Korea singer struggling through a simple English sentence. At That moment I knew what I wanted to do with my life, I want to give them the one thing I have been able to use since I was young, my language. Such a simple thing for me is so big and useful in their jobs. You may ask, but how does this change the world? It can open up many opportunity’s not just for their music, but also for their culture and history causing a growth in international travel. The way I see it is to be able to live out my dream job, by helping another person with there dream job in turn helping the growth of travel into their country would be a complete and total honor.

Vote for Rachelle: 10

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