Haden doesn't believe in small dreams. The second-grader knew he wanted to be a gemologist after several trips to an old marble factory.
Ava already has a dog, Ellie, and a rabbit, Fluffy, but the first-grade student has much bigger aspirations when it comes to animals.
Being a veterinarian isn’t a simple – or inexpensive – goal, and fifth-grader Tristen already recognizes that.
Alexis wants to help people better understand each other, and she's not wasting any time.
The children in Josie's neighborhood already have an idea what the 7-year-old wants to be when she grows up: a teacher.
|Meet Rachel & Eli|
Seven-year-old Rachel wants to be a veterinarian. Her older brother, Eli, wants to be a businessman, like his dad.
Belle is a stylish young lady with a big imagination and an even bigger heart.
When Tylee grows up, she wants to be a dentist, but not just any kind of dentist-she wants to be the kind that will make kids love to get their teeth checked.
Lots of little boys want to be astronauts when they grow up, but 6-year-old Andrew's goal is a bit more specific: He wants to be a mission specialist aboard the International Space Station.
Dawson says likes to draw intricate scenes from his favorite movies, and he knows how he can use this talent when he grows up: He wants to be an architect.
He's only 5, but Joseph, a kindergartener from Marion County, has his heart set on knowing everything there is to know about dirt bikes.
Johnathan's baby brother, Mason, was born with a hole in his heart. Now Johnathan plans to become a pediatric heart surgeon -- just like the one who fixed his little brother's heart.
"Dr. Matheny to the delivery room!" That's how Jasmine imagines hearing her name called over a hospital PA system someday. She wants to be an obstetrician.