My Four Point Checklist

Scholarship Entrant: Atalya from Los Angeles, CA
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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If I could earn a living doing what I love most, it would as a photographer, taking pictures of the world and reminding people of how amazing it is. I want to bring back the wonder and awe that early explorers felt when they saw towering landscapes. I want to show people that what we have can grow and should be preserved. My focus on all this would be on saving what we have. Clean rivers, heavy forests, and working ecosystems. I want people to be able to travel to these places long after I am gone but the only way they will know to take care of them is if they know they exist. I would begin my journey by:

1) Taking photography classes. Learn how to take stunning and breathtaking landscapes without a clunky bag full of equipemt.
2) Creating a portfolio that epitomizes the beauty of life! A tall order, but one that speaks close to my heart.
3) Pitching my ideas to organizations and communities that work to help the environment and urban development. Gotta save the environment one lovely forest at a time
4) Do it!

It is a short list, admittedly. But one I believe needs to be taken on. The Earth is incredible and I want to do my part in keeping it that way.

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