The Thing I Love The Most

Scholarship Entrant: Brandy from Lancaster, 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.
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If I could earn a living doing the one thing I love the most. It would be creating sensory rooms for special need children. These type of rooms help integrate different sensory sensations to children that have a hard time with sensory issues. Special needs children that have sensory difficulties can be a range from touch, different noises, textures, to even different foods. These types of rooms also tend to comfort kids that have had to much stimuli from the outside everyday noises. I don’t think it would benefit the world but it would benefit the kids that need it and for the parents to know that their child has a safe place of there own to play and to learn to handle their sensory issues. As far as my goals I would get a Business degree and a Interior Design degree. Then I would become a partner with companies that have the all of the sensory supplies so I can put the rooms together. After a while I would take on partners so the company could grow so we can do this all over. I would star off small then slowly grow it into a big company strictly for special needs children. This what I would do if I could earn a living doing the one thing I Love the most.

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