The Dream Job

Scholarship Entrant: Katelyn from Farmington, New Mexico
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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If I could make a living doing what I love most I would make my living as a physical therapist. I would change the world by helping people. These people would be in pain and hurt. My job would allow me to have the knowledge to be able to help them get better. To help make the world better we should first start with helping people in need of help. My change would be in how people feel or there mobility.
I know I really do love physical therapy because of firsthand experience I received while in high school. In my senior year of high school we had to do a project on a future career we might possibly have. We had to observe someone in our field of interest for a total of fifteen hours and then present what we learned from observing them. I chose to job shadow a physical therapist. I ended up enjoying observing the PT I ended up with thirty hours of observation. While observing I saw one lady’s world change. When she came into the office she had a knee in a lot of pain from a recent surgery. After a couple of months of therapy she had full mobility in her knee back and her knee was just as strong as her other knee. She also enjoyed that he pain level from both knees was a zero

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