PI Poll: What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

    Girls, with God’s will and help, you can do anything!

    I was curious about what PI readers want to do in the future. I asked the Project Inspired Facebook fans what their dream careers were and was blown away by all the different, wonderful answers!

    Here are some of my favorites:

    Karen Lopez said:

    I want to go to Georgetown and study politics! First become a political scientist, then a state senator, and finally, in the year 2032, I want to be the first female Hispanic president of the USA! Remember vote for me! 😉

    Jessica Jensen said:

    I’m studying English in college and will hopefully be an English teacher in Third World countries

    Megan Ormsby said:

    I want to be a marine biologist 🙂 I would study marine biology and probably minor in some kind of environmental class. For a backup if that doesn’t work out, I would probably be a photographer or meteorologist. But being a mom sounds pretty cool too 🙂

    Alyssa O’Keefe said:

    Therapeutic riding instructor. My sister and I want to start our own barn together. We want to make it a mission field for our clients and their families. We are currently studying equine science and therapeutic riding instructing at The University of Connecticut.

    Kaitlyn Gall said:

    Be a pro singer, it’s my passion and is in my heart. I love to sing. I want this as my career and I will make it my career.

    Tanya Marissa Copp said:

    I am wanting to do inner city missions. Preferably with youth and young mothers.

    Shelby Chambers said:

    I have been called by God to become a dentist and a missionary! 🙂 My goal is to go to a Christian college and major in Bible or chemical engineering and have a double minor in pre-dental hygiene and pre-dentistry! I’m so excited for the blessings God has in store for me! 🙂

    McKenzi Brinkley said:

    I plan on working at NASA and majoring in astronomy or engineering. Space is my passion 😀 I feel like God has called me here.

    Raychel Keller said: 

    I want to be a meteorologist in the Air Force. I have also thought about being a general or Nurse Practitioner, but I think if I don’t become a meteorologist I will regret it. Ironically, National Weather Person’s Day is on my birthday! It must be God’s way of saying, “Yup. That’s what your gonna do when you get older!”

    Reiko Rivera said:

    I want to teach:) Specifically elementary educational math or high school chemistry. My other dream job is to go into the music field. I’m involved in music ministry and I love it! Being able to serve God and do what I love at the same time would be amazing.

    Girls, what’s your dream career?! Share it in the comments!

    Nicole Weider is a Salem, Oregon native who moved to Los Angeles and quickly found success as a fashion model at the age of 17. Today, Nicole is an active wife, mom, producer, actress and author and has made it her mission to share her personal story, the bright moments and the challenges, with young women around the world.


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