Jackson admits her career choice is risky but believes it is somewhat practical. "I think that locally I might actually have a chance to perform on stage," she said.
Schoolcraft, on the other hand, could not care less if others think her career choice is practical. It's one that's very personal for her.
"I believe I can achieve anything," she said. "I'll still go after it no matter what happens because even though [Taitlyn] died when she was 12, I will carry out her dream to change the world."
Though each girl has different goals, they all have one thing in common: they're certain that they're going after their dream.
"It's definitely my dream career," said Fleck. "There isn't anything else I would rather do with me life. It's something that's going to take a lot of schooling and a lot of patience, but it'll be worth it in the end."
To prepare, she is taking science classes and already looking at colleges to see what they offer.
Jackson said, "I think to some degree, it is my dream career. My dream career is just something I enjoy that pays well."
She acknowledged, "Acting probably won't [pay well], but it's still something I enjoy." She hopes to be able to be a paid performer, even if it isn't a full-time occupation.
"It's most definitely my dream career because I love helping people," said Schoolcraft of her choice.