What I Would Do

Scholarship Entrant: Stephanie from Apt 1006, Bedford ohio
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 Stephanie: 1

We learn at a early age to dream. Many people never get to what the always dreamed of for many reasons. I would love to share my story for potential success
All my life I looked for weakness in people. I know that sounds crazy but it was to help me understand another person’s ideas. This helped me create a method for approaching many different factors in my life. Being observant helped me create a strategic plan to save many life’s.
If I had the chance to save lives I would start with our children. If I could open a community centered that focused on items that were the demonstrated in school or even homes for that matter. Teaching effective ways to communicate, interview skills, self confidence and self image. This would help with those who can afford to go to college. This would help people progress in so many ways and make difference with there lives and influence their peers. This would also help the adults that lack knowledge on those areas as well. Not just for the money but to increase knowledge for those who have been limited.
I feel this would be extremely effective and I would enjoy giving back to many generations.

Vote for Stephanie: 1

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