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Scholarship Entrant: Moises from Garfield, New Jersey
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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Hello my name is Moises Melgar, I am a freshman undeclared major but still I know I will become a civil engineer, a funny facts it’s that I don’t love engineering so much instead what I love most to do is to help the less unfortunate out when the change is given. As u know I came from a 3rd world country and I saw the need of help, but not a corrupt aid that always come to then and steal their money. So to help more people out like homeless I must become an engineer, so I can help and design affordable, comfortable and honest houses for those that does not have the means necessary to get one. But not only out of the country but here as well. You might say there are institution already that do all of this, but do you really know if they really help those homeless people or just use it as a business purpose, well I’ve been out there and I had seen what they do that’s why I want to help then, show then a real friend what can give then a right to live under their own roof, their own house. But to do all of this I must first get my degree and get experience and knowledge but seed it’s already inside my head and it will remain until I fulfill it completely. Thank you.

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