My Ideal Workplace

Scholarship Entrant: Krystal from Racine, Wisconsin
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 Krystal: 1

If I could earn a living doing what I love most, I would establish a research and consultation firm for the arts and sciences that focuses both on theory and practical application. Within this firm there would be multiple departments focusing on different areas such as mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, visual arts, music, and literature and so on. Central to this establishment would be a library with resources that cover all topics. There would also be an ample number of workstations and laboratories for those working at the center; collaboration and multidisciplinary work would be highly encouraged. The facilities and results of the firm would be available to the public and corporations that are curious or in need of specific information; I would make it a policy to welcome not only professionals, but also amateurs and enthusiasts who are eager to learn and contribute. The firm would also offer to run experiments and analyses on behalf of corporations and organizations; of course, to gain a foothold in this area, it would need access to the latest technology and knowledgeable experts. It would be my hope that establishing such an academically focused, creatively free environment would naturally attract like-minded individuals with goals and skills that would benefit world and contribute to the store of human knowledge. To achieve this goal, I would first sound out interest among the academic community, then draft a plan for construction and operation of the firm, procure funding, then welcome all those who wish to learn.

Vote for Krystal: 1

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