That Glue

Scholarship Entrant: Najidah from 19622 Riverview, Miichigan
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 Najidah: 1

I’ve always dreamed to become a Marriage and Family Therapist and to help people lives change. To be that glue to relationships that’s been broken. I’ve always loved to give advice to the people that needed it the most. People would come to me full of tears and I would be that friend to let them know they can open up to me. I want to help people take away their pain and sorrows. Give people hope and satisfaction that they need. I’ve been through a lot in my childhood year.
I’ve lost my father as he was killed and it broke my spirt very dramatically. But, I’ve learn to not give up on my life because I lost something precious to mines. I have learned that God has a plan for everyone and we have to keep believing in ourselves to get what we want. I plan to go to college and get my masters in Psychology and then get my licenses in Marriage and Family Therapy. I plan to stay focus and always put God and my father as the center of my successful.
I believe in myself more than anyone could ever believe in me and that’s what motivates me. I know in the future I will help many families and through my experience I hope to even save lives. I can’t wait to become who I want to be. I will never give up my dreams and I will keep pushing to become even something greater.

Vote for Najidah: 1

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