The love of Music and Video Games!

Scholarship Entrant: Jax from Orlando, Florida
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 Jax: 16

I love music and I love video games; I play music and I play video games. I use these two categories to change my life and the lives of others. My plan is to change the world for both music lovers and gamers because I’ve always wanted work with both careers; to make the games and make the music for it too! However, this plan may be quite difficult due to the fact that highly elite players work on the music for games and there are multiple jobs when it comes to making a game, so I’ll have to step it up. One of the steps required for reaching my dream job is to practice playing music day in and day out, I’ll have to start going to music gigs to gain popularity so the higher ups may notice me and possibly call for my assistance. Another step will include applying me to a college where I can work with video game development and with music, earning a bachelor’s degree and using that to go work in a job that may involve video games. Both of these steps will take some time such as getting my degree which will take at least 4 years and having time to practice trombone taking even longer, not to mention paying tuition. I plan to not only get a good paying job but also look for scholarships in my free time until the tuition is fully paid. I won’t give up on my dream!

Vote for Jax: 16

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