Changing the World, One Child at a Time

Scholarship Entrant: Dorian from Satin, Texas
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 Dorian: 57

Changing the world seems like an impossible task. I will attempt to do my part changing the world, by making the children a healthier, stronger generation as a Pediatric Physical Therapist. The road to this dream must be filled with determination and high goals.
I strongly believe that if a person loves their job, they will not work a single day in their life. Since working with kids is something I love, becoming a Pediatric Physical Therapist is logical. In order to become a Physical Therapist I am determined to obtain a Decorate Degree. After acquiring this degree, I will specialize with children. By working with children, I feel that I could change the world and how that generation’s body is medically treated.
As a child, I suffered from cerebral palsy; my right side was weaker than the left. I could not walk on the heel of my right foot. With the help of my therapist, I now use both feet correctly. The people that helped me as a child changed my world for the better, which inspired me to pursue my career goals.
I am not sure that becoming a Physical Therapist will change the entire world; but I know that helping a child in need could change their world. In the end, I know that it is impossible to have one action change the world. But by changing the world of one child, I feel I am doing my part to lead the world towards change.

Vote for Dorian: 57

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