The Most Gratifying Sentiment

Scholarship Entrant: Daisy from Olivehurst, CA.
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 Daisy: 52

Personally I believe nothing in this world is more gratifying than to have the ability to help others in need, especially when it comes to something as significant as their health. Even though most submissions will be particularly similar in response wanting to appear altruistic and selfless, I’ll still go ahead and say it . I would love to pursue a career in healthcare. Being able to help people who cannot help themselves gives a feeling of wholeness nothing else can surpass. While being in the medical field I’ll be able to help others recover their health or lessen pain and the ultimate goal of any healthcare provider save a life. The change in the world by this passion of mine is quite apparent by being part of a team that helps save lives, it is already helping change the world one step at a time. The goals I have set to fulfill this dream are to: transfer from the College I’m attending to a prestigious university, receive a bachelor’s of science , and then apply to Medical School. These goals I have are going to be difficult to accomplish but with the right amount of determination and ambition anything can be obtained.

Vote for Daisy: 52

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