What Can My Dreams Do For You?

Scholarship Entrant: Jennifer from Estherville, Iowa
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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Everyone in this world has a dream it can be big or small. I am lucky and have two dreams in my life, although, one dream I have had much longer than the other. The dream I’ve had longest is to become an author. My second dream is to become an English teacher for secondary education. My love for writing brought me to this career path, I would’ve never seen myself as a teacher but after analyzing my personality I knew this was the perfect career for me.
With both of my dreams I want to touch every life that I come in contact with. I’m passionate about reading and writing and I want to share that passion with my prospective students. Not only do I want to share that with them I also want to be a part of their lives when I can, to be able to listen to their problems and help them through it. Also in every word I write and one day publish I want my readers to feel what I felt when writing it, and I want to end with a moral value to the story and hopefully try to get a large group of people to think as one. Family has always been a big part of my life, that is why I cling to the idea of unity. I hope that one day I will be able to unify the people that I can touch.

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