"Meet Alyssa Carson, a teenager who's really shooting for the stars" by Laysha Estrada
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Teenager, Alyssa Carson, is preparing to be one of the first astronauts to travel to Mars in 2033. Alyssa has been preparing herself since she was 14 years old to become an astronaut. She is involved in many different organizations and hopes they will help her fufill her dream of becoming an astronaut.
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To help further prepare for her future as an astronaut, Alyssa has attended all three space camps which are hosted by NASA and located around the world. Here, she has learned skills that she will need as a future astronaut. She has learned how to speak 4 different languages in order to interact with those she meets at space camp, just as she will need to once she becomes an astronaut.
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Carson is also an ambassador for an organization hoping to colonize Mars. Carson's involvement with this company shows how invested she is in becoming an astronaut and traveling to Mars. Alyssa is helping raise awareness of the future trip to Mars and what colonizing the planet can do for humans.
Alyssa is already prepared to be an astronaut. She has acquired skills that an astronaut needs like speaking different languages and how to interact with those from countries around the world. In an attempt to do just this, Alyssa has learned four different languages including Chinese, Spanish, French, and English. Alyssa has been preparing to being an astronaut since a young age and has made sure that she possesses all the skills that good astronaut does.
Alyssa also has her own foundation that helps teens with the same aspirations as her. Her foundation, the Blueberry Foundation, helps students who hope to become astronauts attend space camp which can help them achieve their goals later in life. With her foundation, Alyssa Carson is providing students and children with the same opportunities she got and helps them focus on their studies.