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Angel Coxic Aguilar


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Hey there! I'm Angel Coxic, a determined individual with big dreams and an even bigger heart. My life goals revolve around the exciting world of hospitality, specifically honing my skills in event design and management. I'm driven by the idea of creating memorable experiences and bringing people together through the art of hospitality. Music is my fuel. It's more than just a hobby; it's a passion that ignites my soul. Whether I'm strumming on my guitar or lost in the rhythm of a live performance, music is where I find my peace and inspiration. As a candidate for scholarships, I stand out with my unwavering dedication and relentless pursuit of excellence. With a clear focus on my goals and a passion for making a positive impact, I am ready to take on any challenge that comes my way and turn my dreams into reality.


Del Sol Academy Of The Performing Arts

High School
2023 - 2024


  • Desired degree level:

    Master's degree program

  • Majors of interest:

    • Hospitality Administration/Management
    • Music
  • Not planning to go to medical school
  • Career

    • Dream career field:

      Events Services

    • Dream career goals:

      Ceo, founder of Event design and Management company



      2018 – 20202 years


      • Computational Science

        University of Nevada Las Vegas — Intern
        2023 – 2023


      • Del Sol Academy Advanced Jazz Band

        2023 – Present
      • Del Sol High School Philharmonics Band

        2022 – Present
      • Del Sol High School Marching Band

        2022 – Present

      Public services

      • Advocacy

        Del Sol Academy — First Chair, Second Trumpet
        2024 – Present
      • Volunteering

        Upward Bound — Volunteer/Cleaner
        2024 – Present
      • Volunteering

        Upward Bound — Promoter
        2022 – Present

      Future Interests




      Sylvester Taylor "Invictus" Hospitality Scholarship
      Alright, let's tackle this with a laid-back and personal touch: So, picture this: a world where everyone feels like they just walked into their favorite cozy spot—the kind of place that instantly puts a smile on your face. That's the vision I have when I think about using my passion for hospitality to make a positive impact. I'm not talking about just serving up great food and making comfy spaces (although, let's be real, that's part of the charm). I'm envisioning a hospitality experience that goes beyond the surface. It's about creating spaces where people from all walks of life feel welcome, valued, and understood. One way I want to incorporate positivity into the hospitality fabric is by championing inclusivity. Imagine a cafe or a hotel where diversity isn't just a buzzword, but a lived reality. A place where everyone, regardless of background or identity, can pull up a chair and feel at home. That's the kind of impact I want to make—one that ripples through communities, breaking down barriers. Sustainability is another piece of the puzzle. I want to be that person who brings eco-conscious practices into the hospitality scene. From sourcing local, organic ingredients to implementing energy-efficient measures, I believe in creating experiences that not only leave guests happy but also leave the planet in a better state. But it's not just about the customers. I'm all about fostering a positive work environment for the hospitality rockstars—the chefs, servers, housekeeping crews. Happy, well-treated staff radiate that positivity to guests, creating a cycle of good vibes. And let's not forget about giving back. Hosting events that contribute to local causes, supporting community initiatives—hospitality, for me, is a tool to spread goodwill and benevolence. It's about using the platform to address social issues and make a tangible difference in people's lives.
      Nintendo Super Fan Scholarship
      The memories flood back when I think about playing Nintendo games at parties, especially the unforgettable nights spent with "Mario Kart" and "Super Smash Bros." There's this one time that's etched in my mind, making "Mario Kart" my ultimate go-to for co-op gaming. It was a lively evening, laughter filling the room, and the energy was infectious. As the party hit a lull, someone suggested firing up the Nintendo console. Within moments, we were all huddled around the TV, controllers in hand. The familiar jingle of "Mario Kart" brought an instant wave of excitement. The room transformed into a battlefield of rainbow-colored tracks and iconic characters. We chose our favorites, and the race was on. Boosts, shells, and bananas flew in all directions as we fiercely competed, each of us vying for that coveted first place. The atmosphere was electric, with cheers and friendly taunts echoing in the room. Then came that one race, a nail-biting showdown on Rainbow Road. Lap after lap, we were neck-and-neck, trading places with every power-up. In the final stretch, with the finish line in sight, I managed to pull off a perfectly timed boost, zooming past my friends and crossing the finish line by a hair's breadth. The room exploded into cheers and laughter, the thrill of victory mixing with the joy of shared camaraderie. That moment, that rush of adrenaline and the sheer joy of being immersed in the game with friends, is what etched "Mario Kart" into my heart as the ultimate co-op game. It's not just about winning; it's about those electrifying moments that turn a casual get-together into an unforgettable gaming party.
      Your Dream Music Scholarship
      A song from a movie that I watched when I was younger called "I love you too much" by Diego Luna and Gustavo Santaolalla which I can take it as a message to my mom how because of how much she does for me, I know I might not be the best some at times but I'm also not the worst, and if I need anything she helps me, If she needs to financially support me she does it even though she will be left with nothing for herself. My mom who does everything for me without reward except her words that tell me "You can pay me by following your dream and going to college" which she says a lot because she never had the option for that so that is why That song gives me the most important message because it can be directed to anyone you love not just a crush from school or a girl or boy you like but can be to anyone you feel love for.