I finally had self- confidence and the drive to make the most of my career as I neared completion of Banker’s College. Finally completing bankers college only started a drive for personal interest in a full fledged college degree and a chance at a new dream that I one day would like to complete, my own day care. I returned to an online college in a degree program for Early Childhood so I could prove to my family that I could graduate with honors and receive a diploma and I did with an Associate’s Degree the proudest moment of my life. I now have the chance to do many things with my college degree as well as returning to college and adding to it to
I guess, when you really want something that you think will make your life better your willing to sacrifice or put away other things that our actually way more important. So, In a way yeah I got what I wanted. I found my first high school love, I was hanging out every weekend. The first time in my life I thought I had the high school life that was right. However, at what cost was this new since of popularity?
You get to meet new people and actually be in the real world. It makes me have different views about my life other than what I had in my head about three years ago. I hope that my college life will be successful and I will learn lots of new things within the years. Now my last English experience was kind of a disaster, but I did learn a few things that I didn’t know that was important. I learned how to write a topic sentence and what its purpose was to it.
The Journey through Law Enforcement Academy graduation day is the most blissful day in many recruits’ lives. After years of studying incipient recruits will conclusively, be starting their life dream, with commitment and dedication, to their incipient vocations as a law enforcement officer. Incipient officers seem to lose their pre academy amities from the commencement. Old friends will just drift away as a vocation in law enforcement takes their place. At the cessation of the 1st year, a new officer will often feel distanced from people they knew before the academy, since for the past year they fixated on new relationships with other officers.
Final Draft The Benefits of Higher Education; College vs. Vocational School As high school graduation approaches millions of teenagers around the country are making the hard choice between college, or a trade school. In Katherine Porter’s essay, “The Value of a College Degree” she explains the importance of a college degree. A college degree will guarantee a successful future, improve our economy, and send young adults into the world with excellent critical thinking skills. Adults returning to college will have the benefit of increased self-esteem, the ability to change professions, and future opportunities for advancement in their current careers.
Being an individual who believes having a social life is very important, this knowledge of college life allowed me to prepare myself for it at an earlier level. I enjoy going out with friends and family, attending school events, going to parties, going to all my school basketball games, and all that falls under a social category. I learned to balance my social and academic life very well over the years and I am proud to say that my grades can speak on that statement. I know I have the ability to take on college life and I cannot wait for my journey to begin. Being a Latina, a number of stereotypes are already placed upon me.
al., 2010). This is a quote that I believe describes a majority of today’s college student population. Today’s students are under more pressure than ever to be accepted into the best schools, achieve the top of the class grades and obtain the best job for their particular field. Along with the nearly unreal academic expectations, comes the want of an almost equally fulfilling social life. Amongst attempting to balance out their busy schedule, students start finding areas that are easy to cut back on such as a regular sleep cycle and normal eating habits.
In high school we all get a label, sometimes its one we spend decades trying to live up to, where others spend a lifetime trying to forget those painful years. Unfortunately, every high school is dominated by different cliques. Many teenagers believe the only way to be recognized is to be in with the popular crowd. Cliques can be emotional to a person who does not fit in to one of these groups, while others are satisfied with their group status. Cliques are and will be a part of every teenager’s life, we need to look at it as a life experience and a way to build
My first semester of college at Oakland University; I was expecting to have the greatest roommate experience seeing that I had previously met my roommate and had a good feeling about the situation. But at a glance I had no idea that here morals were so much more different than mine. In the beginning my roommate and I in a sense were best friends. We attended parties together, we shared each other’s belongings, and both are parents met and we all went to dinner. Some of her outgoing tendencies annoyed me and were sometimes a little over barring but I was blinded by our “oh so wonderful friendship.” We both had some of the same views when it came to dating and having boy friends over but soon she took this to an extreme.
Chapter 1 In Chapter 1 the book talks about the college experience. It goes into different details about settling into a college routine, talks about why college is important and many other new things that come with college. It explains that college isn’t all about sports and partying that as young adults we have that image of college in our head. College is another step in education, and in today’s society having a college degree is very important when trying to get a high paying job. Having a college degree makes living the American Dream a lot easier, and it helps you grow as an adult and teaches you leadership roles.