My life

Scholarship Entrant: Bronte from 27 overlook road, New York
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 Bronte: 121

My dream job would to be be an Art Therapist, working with the American Cancer Society. I would want to also have a hobby of traveling the world and building shelters and such for the poor. The best thing about my dream job, is that it is what I’m in college for currently. My name is Bronte’ Hough and I am a double major in Psychology and Business and Management with a minor in Art. I have been doing work with the American Cancer Society since I was 6 years old and went through cancer myself. I am now a chair-person in training of the Sullivan County Relay for life. In my future I want to be able to work with the American Cancer Society to help teenagers go through traumatic experiences such as cancer, but also death and loss. I plan to stay in college (with the hope of multiple scholarships I hope) and continue on my career path. I want to be able to go to work every day happy with what I’m doing, and knowing I’m making a difference in the world. Once I have enough money I will travel the world and help different cultures, all while learning more. I just want people to learn the biggest lesson I’ve learned, once you hit rock bottom, there’s no where to go besides up.

Vote for Bronte: 121

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