Anthony Richard Jr. Signing Off From GRAMMY Week

I first would like to thank the GRAMMY Foundation for the opportunity to be a member of the GRAMMY in the Schools Media Team. This was truly an experience of a lifetime that I had never seen coming. One of the main things I learned on this trip is the importance of family. At times during GRAMMY Week, I felt myself slowly getting overwhelmed with the rigorous schedule and assignments. If it weren’t for the talks I had with my parents, it would have been hard for me to maintain focus on my daily goals and complete them.

One thing that really surprised me was the fact that some of the celebrities were extremely genuine and relatable. Because of this, my interviews with them started to feel natural and I was able to relax while in the presence of GRAMMY award winning artists like Lionel Richie!

Now that I’m home, I’m back to working on various projects and waiting to hear from colleges regarding admissions. I can’t wait to see what else is in store for me in the future!

- Anthony Richard Jr., 2016 GRAMMY in the Schools Media Team

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