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My Future Career
Transcript of My Future Career
The career that I want to do is to become a professional female boxer.
Why I Chose This Career
I chose this career because I enjoy boxing a lot and I actually see it as a career, and something that I know I'd take seriously.
Two Scholarships That Interest Me the Most
Thomas "Sarge" Johnson Scholarship
The Ira Mitzner Collegiate
Requirements For Boxing Scholarship
Thomas "Sarge" Johnson Scholarship & Ira Mitzner Collegiate
Must be a U.S citizen
Have already completed at least one semester of post-secondary program
Have a post-secondary cumulative GPA of 2.0
Be a current USA boxing member, and have been a member during the last two calender years.
Have completed in at least two sanctioned bouts this year, and each of the last two calendar years.
Scholarships For Boxing
By Milagros Garcia
The Ira Mitzner $10,000 Collegiate
Thomas "Sarge" Johnson Scholarship $3,000
Little Knockouts Scholarship $5,550
Colorado University Boxing Scholarship $5,000 (per year)
USA Boxing Scholarship 5,000
North Michigan University Boxing Scholarship $6,500
Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. Awards Scholarship $6,000
USA Boxing Northern California Scholarship $5,000
California State University Long Beach (CSULB)
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Florida
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Regular Work Day
A regular work day for a professional boxer, there is a lot of training that comes along with it such as taking care of your tools, exercise a lot, eating right, training 24/7, learning about your opponent, whether they do southpaw or not, how to hit them, learning the best combinations. It's a very hard process and if you don't like to exercise a lot boxing isn't for you.
Yearly: $75,000- $200,000
Per Fight: $200-$400