Photographer Meredith Hutchison of the International Rescue Committee asked Syrian girls who are refugees in Jordan what they want to be when they grow up. Here's what they said and how they picture themselves in the future. Rama, 13. Future job: Doctor -- "Walking down the street as a young girl in Syria or Jordan, I encountered many people suffering -- sick or injured -- and I always wanted to have the power and skills to help them. Now as a great physician in my community, I have that ability. Easing someone's pain is the most rewarding aspect of my job."
"Since I was a young girl, I loved taking people's photographs. I loved going to different events and documenting what was happening -- both the good and the bad. Now, as a professional photographer, I use my images to inspire hope in others -- to encourage love and understanding."