Amelia became a volunteer nurse in a hospital for veterans after she saw a man who had many of his limbs amputated because of the war. Amelia saw her first air show in the winter of 1920, where she took her first plane ride. From then on she knew she had to fly. In April 1928, Amelia received an unexpected call asking her if she wanted to be the first woman to fly across the atlantic. This would would lead her to her solo flight across the atlantic. …show more content…
She was very determined to reach her dream of being the first woman to fly solo across the atlantic. As a child her parents divorced and money was short. “ Even though her parents were broken up, Amelia was still able to make her dreams come true.” (Amelia Earhart myhero.com) Money in her family was a struggle sometimes. For instance Amelia was able to buy a second-hand Kinner Airster biplane but because of her family's lack of money she had to sell it. “With no immediate prospects of making a living flying, Amelia Earhart sold her plane.” (Amelia Earhart biography.com) In these two quote it emphasizes that through some of Amelia’s problems she was still determined, and was able to reach her goal.
Second, Amelia was a courageous women and did many things that people thought women couldn’t do. In a world where men could do anything and women didn’t have that opportunity as much as men did, Amelia broke records all over the place. Amelia's biggest flight that made her famous was a very big one. No women had ever accomplished it before. “In Amelia's life she demonstrated that she was capable of doing things that no women would've done. She was brave enough to make the decision to fly the Atlantic Ocean and fly around the world.” (Amelia Earhart the Courageous Women) This quote talks about how brave Amelia was and how it was a big step for women everywhere.
Third, Amelia was a very hard-worker. She had a tough