Second Chances

Scholarship Entrant: Rachelle from Berrien Springs, MI
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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My dream job would be all about children and horses—which can also be referred to as the best things this earth has to offer. I would take in orphans from foster homes who haven’t been dealt the best cards in life. Then I would open a horse sanctuary for horses who have suffered from abuse or who were headed for the slaughterhouse. The girls and horses would spend time together and it would change the world one girl at a time. Sometimes all someone needs is a second chance or someone to believe in them and I, along with the horses, would give them their second chance and the gift of love. In order to make this job a reality, I would need to get a sustainable source of income. I am going to graduate college with a BBA in International Business and a BA in French. Once I graduate, I am going to work and raise money for my project. After that, I would have to buy a horse ranch and contact an adoption agency. I would ask for the troubled girls who have gone their whole life moving from one home to another without a lot of constant in their lives. They would live with me then and I would continue to work to bring in funds and give these children what they deserve.

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