I have been studying at the Jocotepec Jalisco Regional High School for a year. Upon entering high school we began to ask the typical questions: what do you want to be when you grow up? Honestly, I had asked myself that question since I was a child, but when I started studying secondary I thought more seriously. But I did not get the answer I was looking for.
A short time ago I discovered it based on the fact that they told me, “If you become a lawyer, you advocate and defend the rights of the people.” But then I said to myself, “Vanessa, what good will it do you to be a lawyer and work for the best judge in the world if all your life you’ll be behind a desk full of papers.” It did not make sense. What I want is to travel, to grow, to learn. At that moment I made up my mind and finally answered the question: “I want to be an international flight attendant.”
That is why I was interested in this project, because among its proposals is language learning. In addition, I will be part of something I think will be great, something that will give young women like me many opportunities. I hope with your help I can achieve my goals.