Journey Through My Life’s Passion’s

Scholarship Entrant: Brandon from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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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Changing the world is a challenging task within itself, but it can be done just with time and effort. I have always thought of ways to change the world starting at a young age. I loved building and drawing things since I was a young boy. As I got older my passion for these two things formed into my life pursuit in Architecture. Architecture has been my drive for many years, even though I am no expert yet, I plan to use this passion to fuel my goal in reshaping the world in some way.

I plan to get there by first finishing up school and obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, seek an internship at an Architecture firm after school, and complete the necessary steps to obtain my Architect’s license. Throughout that process I will study different languages to ease my understanding of Architecture among different cultures. By taking these steps I will achieve my goal in having my own International Architectural firm.

This will in turn give me the necessary understanding and tools to build relationships between people, utilize nature, incorporate different cultures and nationalities, as well as backgrounds in my establishment of my firm. With this company I plan to give back by providing to the less fortunate and homeless with the shelter in various areas to give them the opportunity to grow and change their situation. Also as a way to impact the environment I will specialize in green sustainable efficient buildings.

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