Passion Not Work

Scholarship Entrant: Sebastian from Winona Lake, IN
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 Sebastian: 1

They say you’ll never work a day in your life if as long as you are doing what you love. For me this means becoming a physical therapist. This particular job is dedicated to establishing relationships and helping others. After one goes through a surgical procedure there is more than likely going to be an extended amount of physical therapy depending on the severity. This is where I hope to step in one day.
I believe that I possess all of the essential qualities for this particular profession that set me apart from the rest, which include, a passion for helping others, determination to succeed, enthusiasm for the future, and ethical morals. I am highly motivated and I always set new goals for myself. These goals include getting into a good physical therapy school, and continuing my education even after I earn my degree. Eventually I hope to open up my own private practice in my hometown.
I believe that my profession has an immense ability to change lives all around the world. There is always going to be people who are in need of physical therapy which as we all know require physical therapists. I believe that we have the ability to change our patient’s lives, but more importantly change the world by spreading positivity, optimism, and using our specific skill set for the betterment of society.

Vote for Sebastian: 1

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