To Entertain The Masses

Scholarship Entrant: David from Pembroke Pines, Florida
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 David: 250

In this life we all try to for the career path that will give big money, some actually want these types of careers but others are in it for just the wealth. I’m going to aspire in my life to be a professional actor, despite the immense struggle I have been told about and the high chance according to others that I will not reach my dreams. Acting is what I love most to do, I have the ambition, and I have talent or so I have been told, so I will stop at nothing less than achieving my dreams despite the obstacles I’d have to face along the way. With my performances I would hope to change the world by inspiring generations so that they could try to reach for their dreams and not settle for something they don’t love with all their heart. In such a difficult business to become a star in, I’m going to do the right steps and train and learn how to be an actor at professional institutions so that I can be able to entertain the masses. It will take nothing less than one hundred percent effort on my part and that is something I am willing to give to be able to earn what most dream of accomplishing. A lot of auditioning, and training, and strange side jobs will be in my future to be able to do what I love, and it is all worth it.

Vote for David: 250

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