One LIfe At a Time

Scholarship Entrant: Cynthia from Auburn, 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.
Vote for Cynthia: 36

Recently I have came to the realization that only the things I do for others really matter. My life cannot make a difference if I do not share me talents and love for others. For his reason I am a social work major. In June of 2014 I will have my Bachelors’ with the intent of getting a Masters’ by 2017. I plan on using the knowledge I will gain in these programs to help empower others to live the best life they can.
This is such a huge field of practice that I am not exactly sure where I will end up at this point. This fall I am beginning an internship at a hospice facility. My belief is that death is as much a part of life as birth is and if I can help someone make that experience as beautiful as I can then I have done something to be proud of. During this time, it will also be my goal to help their loved ones see and experience this in the best way possible as well.
In social work I can work in medical, child welfare, government, schools, private practices, correctional facilities as well as many other places. My plan is to bloom where I am planted. My sincerest hope is that I can make a difference in the lives I am able to touch. I would change the world one life at a time.

Vote for Cynthia: 36

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