If My Love of Food Could Change the World

Scholarship Entrant: Abrianna from Kansas City, Missouri
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 Abrianna: 12

If I could earn a living doing something that I love it would involve food. I am a person that loves snacks and enjoys every meal; while also considering my health. It would be ideal to be able to travel to every country in the world and visit as many cities within that country as possible to provide a cooking seminar. This program is not just a cooking class, it is a seminar where participators will cook dishes that are popular in another continent of the world. Food is an international language; everyone has to eat to survive; so why not exploit that for the greater good. Cooking that dish would be just the segway needed to discuss culture, traditions, flaws, and triumphs of the nation that the dish is native to. This seminar would be a time to enjoy each other in the community, have a good meal, and educate our fellow brethren.
I believe that this program would change the world because it will create a sense of world unity, help to develop more well-rounded people, and hopefully inspire people to better their environment and the mentality of their people that could lead towards world peace. This program would eliminate ignorance and prejudices of other nations and hold people accountable for their actions though food.
This program cannot happen without the proper measures being taken. To achieve this goal I would need to research different cultures, hire linguists to translate, chefs, and present the program to gain investors.

Vote for Abrianna: 12

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