The World Is My Playground

Scholarship Entrant: Malik from piscataway, New Jersey
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 Malik: 1

The two things I love most are children and traveling. My ideal job would be a physical education teacher but I wouldn’t just stop there though. I want to do this internationally. I’d be visiting foreign countries and teaching the native children different games from America all the while learning new games that they play as well. The games I do learn from other countries I will bring along with me to my next destination of children. Not only will the children be learning new things, they’d also be exercising while having fun.
To begin I would need an education degree and a communications degree to be able to teach the children and communicate with them in their native language. I would fund all the trips or receive funding from a school. My interpersonal and international communication skills would be vital so I can know how to communicate properly in the respected native area. This will change the world, I could possibly have children all the way in Moscow or The Philippines playing dodge ball, one of the oldest American past times. Educating the youth and being able to travel the world while doing it is what I would love to do for a living. The world will be my playground, literally.

Vote for Malik: 1

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