Positive Change

Scholarship Entrant: Alixandria from Tacoma, WA
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 Alixandria: 15

Change is the result of someone’s dreams. If I could do anything in the world I would teach. Teaching is my passion, it is the ability to touch someone’s life as they grow into future leaders. I am currently serving in the United States Air Force and have been lucky enough to travel overseas to places like Africa, India, Rome, Spain and various other parts of Europe. I have truly been lucky in meeting people who will stay in my heart and mind forever. My experiences overseas and in the military has changed my life and I would love more than anything to be that positive change in my students lives. I plan on getting my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology then pursing my Master’s degree in teaching to someday achieve this goal. I also plan on teaching in an overseas location to not only change the lives of people in the United States, but around the world. I wholeheartedly believe that if you have the power to change even one person’s life then you have the ability to change the world. Can you imagine changing the lives of an entire classroom, or two, or ten? The amount of change that even one person has the ability to produce is endless and I want to be that change through teaching.

Vote for Alixandria: 15

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