Taking lessons Scholarship

Scholarship Entrant: Tyler from 608 Swackhammer Road, Ohio/
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Tyler: 12

If I could earn a living doing what I loved most it would have to be designing commercials for the people of the world of today, tomorrow, and the near future. For without commercials, the world would be less informed about the news and the new products of today. It would change the world due to its ability to inform others of new ways to do things, new products that is coming out, new news that is sweeping the nation, and much more. Getting into the business of advertising is what I plan on following as a career, whether it be in computer graphics design, or if it would be into the working field of advertisement. As long as I get to help others and people stay informed on the current events and objects that they need, I feel motived to keep making the commercials they need in order for them to have a perfect future.
The goals it would take in order to make this dream happen, would be; going to college for a number of years, then getting into the business that you would need in order to follow up on my dream. Doing this will also take a lot of time in order to help make my dream become successful. Thanks for taking the time to read this essay response.

Vote for Tyler: 12

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