I do not have a major chosen out yet, but I am sure I will figure out what I want to do with in the next year. Right now I am considering fields in biology or psychology. I also enjoy art and creativity, so I want to integrate that into my field of study. I want to work a job that I will enjoy, but I also want to be payed well. Because of the subjects I like it will be difficult to find a job that fits those goals.
It will help me improve my writing skills, study skills, and more. Also, it could help me earn college credit, which will help me in the future by saving me time and money. It would improve my college admission chances since colleges will think i 'm ready for the pressure of college classes and know that I wanted more than a general course class. These are the reason why
I am interested in taking pre-AP World History because I want to be ready for AP courses. Taking both pre-AP and AP classes will help me get into the college of my choice. I enjoy learning about the past, including the Holocaust and Great Depression, so that I know how good my life is now. I also enjoy being in harder classes because I like having to work hard to keep an “A” in my classes. I want to be able to learn from mistakes, and in easier classes, I don’t make as many.
In order to be successful in college students should to choose a career they are passionate about, get to class on time, and study. Finding a career that someone is passionate about can be tough. Although it can come easy to a lot people. Some people know exactly what career they want when graduating from high school. Lynn F. Jacobs and Jeremy S. Hyman said to make sure when choosing a major take all the general education such as math, reading, and science.
A college education can either mean the start of a new career, promote you in a position you are already currently serving, or even give you a sense of purpose. But is also important to stay focus and dedicated to achieving the goals you set for yourself. Choosing a major is an important part of going to college because you don’t want to waste time and money on a liberal arts degree. Also what you decide to major in will be a degree you hold for the rest of your life. It can also influence the career choices you have.
After I graduate from high school, I want to go to college and let my studies, grades, and interests guide me toward what I would like to do for the rest of my life. While going to trade school may give me hands on experience, better pay, and less schooling and or time to learn "the ropes" to get my job, I feel college is a good experience all people should have. While going to trade school may be time conserving, get faster better pay, college will teach me more, guide me, explain, and also elaborate on what I do know. College also keeps up on my studies as well as career-based curriculum where with trade school my fear is I will fall behind on my studies, but that can happen with either college and or trade school. When I go to college
I should be given the privilege of open campus because I am mature enough to use my time responsibly, I believe academics are important, and I follow Nerinx Hall’s guidelines. Furthermore, my time will be used more beneficially. For example, if I am in school during my free period, I can start a project faster if I am allowed to pick up the materials I do not have instead of planning out when I should buy the materials. Lastly, open campus will help me prepare for college because it will help me understand what the college atmosphere will be like. In your own words, what is your understanding of the expectations of the open campus program?
Imagine the feeling of graduating college and finally getting the job you’ve always dreamed of. So to me, college is worth it. Yes, it will suck to pay for everything and study for tests or lose much-needed sleep, but I know I won’t regret not going to college and not getting my dream job. I will go to college and be successful. I will work hard to earn my job and earn my
The goals are that I must go to college, learn as much as I can, and do what I love to do for the rest of my life. In my mind, the difference between a job and a career is if I went to college. The outcome of going to college will bring me that much closer to obtaining a career. So yes, college is expensive. However, by working hard, being persistent, and striving for success, the cost will only be a miniscule problem because of the outcome.
I may not become a millionaire from the specific job I choose, but I will be comfortable with my salary and confident in my work study. This profession can be a dangerous and stressful one, but the feeling of doing good things for your community and for the individuals is one that most professions enjoy. The benefits of having a degree give me more of a chance to get a job straight out of college more than a person with no degree. As with any other industry or profession, as you move up in the ranks and earn more experience and further your education, your earning potential will increase accordingly and provide you with more options. I plan to achieve my childhood profession by going to Fairmont State University and getting my bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.
I am wanting to pick up encounters that will offer me some assistance with succeeding in life after I leave school, however not simply by setting me up for a future vocation. What I am truly searching for as I advance through the school experience are opportunities that will offer me some assistance with becoming a liberal, out-of-the-crate scholar.