Wildlife Biology

Scholarship Entrant: Alyssa from Houston, TX
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 Alyssa: 36

What I would love to do for a living is be a Wildlife Biologist. To make this dream a reality, I will finish out my undergraduate degree with a BS in Biology at the University of Houston and attend graduate school at Colorado State University for Wildlife Biology. I plan on working hard with dedication in school and work to get me where I want to be to make my mark in this world. I will not give up. I’d spend/save money wisely, push myself and always be a helping hand. Being a Wildlife Biologist, I would track animals, save animals, prevent poachers, bring awareness and focus on endangered species. I would promote to the world a system that is eco friendly, not one that’s filled with ego. I’ll make the world see that animals have the right to live peacefully on Earth just as much as humans do. I would put more focus on nature to this constant industrialized world. This path would allow me to bring stronger connections between humans and animals, which is laking so much. Animals and humans should not be enemies. We are not above one another. We are equals and should live in harmony. I want to speak for a voice in this world that can’t speak for itself. What I love most is animals and nature. If I could earn a living showing that by being a Wildlife Biologist, I would do my part to make this world a better place.

Vote for Alyssa: 36

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