Once you have completed your education, would you return to your hometown to begin your adult life? Why or why not? (威廉玛丽学院)
When I finish my education I would love to return to my hometown of Creedmoor, North Carolina. Creedmoor’s a very small town, population of around three-thousand. I’ve lived here all my life and I know almost everybody in the community. I grew up playing sports at the community sports arena and softball fields, I have many friends and family in this town and I would love to stay close to them because we are a really close-knit family and take care of each other and have each others backs on anything and everything. The job force I want to join, there are many places I can work around here. It won’t be as hard to get a job doing what I plan on doing which is being a Dentist. My Mom has been a Dental Assistant for almost thirty-five years now and I would love to carry on like her and keep Dentistry in the family because honestly its not a bad gig. The love and support that the people in our community have for one another is just out of this world. We would all drop whatever were doing to go help someone in need. When I was in eighth grade my Language Arts class had a fundraiser and brought in canned goods for a family that had lost their house in a fire. There are some downsides to being from such a small town, for example word travels really fast around here, its hard to keep a secret. But for every bad reason to live here, there’s ten times as many good reasons. The monthly parades, church on Sunday, the Friday night football games (Go Vikings), the history of the town and the hunting and four-wheeling on the weekends for fun with the family. I am from the country we love us some hunting and four-wheeling. Creedmoor is a great place to grow up, it doesn’t have a lot of bad influences. I would be so grateful if I could come back and raise my own children, my grandchildren, my great-grandchildren and so on. I’m proud to call this place my home.