My Dream Job
When I was a child, my dream job was to become a veterinarian. I loved animals and knew that I wanted to spend my life helping them. But as I grew older, I realized that my passion for animals extended beyond just treating them when they were sick.
Discovering My Passion
In high school, I took an environmental science class and fell in love with conservation biology. I learned about the impact of humans on the environment and the importance of protecting endangered species. From that point on, I knew that I wanted to work towards protecting wildlife.
Pursuing My Career
I went on to study biology in college and then pursued a master’s degree in conservation biology. Now, I am lucky enough to work as a wildlife biologist for a non-profit organization. My job consists of studying endangered species and finding ways to protect their habitats.
The Importance of Following Your Passion
I am so grateful that I followed my passion and pursued my dream job. It’s not always easy, but it is always fulfilling. My work allows me to make a difference in the world and contribute to the protection of our planet. I encourage everyone to follow their passions and chase their dreams, no matter how big or small.
Summary: My childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian led me to my passion for conservation biology. Pursuing this passion led me to become a wildlife biologist and allowed me to make a difference in the world.