That was my motivation, that made me graduate high school and enroll myself at College of Saint Elizabeth. I decided to attend college because I knew that, that would make my parents happy. I knew that furthering my education would mean a lot to them, not only because they didn’t get the chance to do so, but because that was the main reason to why they had moved to the U.S. Another reason to why I decided to go on this adventure to college, is because I have younger siblings who look up to me, I always tell them to focus, work hard, and to keep their eyes on the prize. They dream of a healthy future, it would be a slap for them if I
At the beginning of their journey to college they were messing up and they were trying to fit in. Once they seen that it wasn’t cool to fit in they started working towards their dreams. They started studying and making good grades; then they all received scholarships to premiere schools. Once they were they were in college they full filled their dreams and and became doctors. In conclusion there are many reasons why college is worth its cost.
“Is College the best option why or why not discusses the controversial issue of whether college is important or not. On one hand, while some argue that college is very important. Stephanie Owens and Isabel Sawhill writers of article “Should Everyone Go to College” asserts that we may be doing a disservice by telling all young people that college is the best option. Owens feels that college may be of service to some people, but not the best option for everyone. In my opinion, the author is stating that all the statistics should be laid out for the student and left up to them to decide if they are interested in pursuing college.
She motivates herself on a daily bases and pushed through on tough days knowing it’ll be with it in the future. Although her career is still underside she has many interests in life and wants to go into college to find a career that will properly support her and her family in the far future. She dreams of being independent and fears not knowing what the future holds. Her only commitment as of now is to master all her classes and reach her goals. She wants to form a family and have a successful career that makes herself proud of all that she has struggle and accomplished.
I mainly became a college student because my father had the resources for me to be able to apply with some scholarships. Without that, I'm not sure I would be here, because my family is very against student loans. My mom really pushed me to go to college as well, but I too have the interest in getting my first degree. My mother, father, and two older sisters have all had some college education. I'm not sure if this influenced me in anyway, besides one of my older sisters having trouble finishing her online courses.
Avid will hopefully help me find the right school along with steering me in the right direction. Avid has shown me that with some hard work I can make my dream of attending college a reality. Avid has already shaped me in a way so where school is my number one priority but also that college isn 't for anyone, and it is not a given right it a privilege that I have to work for. If I want to go bad enough and I put in the effort that it will all pay off in the end. This navigator scholarship will help me continue my education and have the chance to attend Tennessee Tech.
I think it would depend on what college I go to. Alan Ball said, “Not everything is going to be successful. To strive for that is really naïve. You just do the best you can do.” This is special to me because I do realize I will not do everything I have always wanted to do, but the best I can do is try. In either way, striving to become a college level cheerleader has made me work harder in tumbling and getting new and harder skills to fit the
It took me a long time to realize, some might even say it is a little late, but I believe I could strive to accomplish my college career successfully. I am on a path to work towards my goals, to grow up and show how thankful I am to my parents for opening up this road for a better future for me. For all the people in my family that wish they can be in my shoes, i will not let this go to waste anymore then i have
Esperanza shows she wants to go to college unlike her family. Sara and Esperanza struggled reaching their goals. They had to choose to go to college or face their unpleasant life. The only encouragement Esperanza gets from her mother, as she says, "Esperanza, you go to school. Study hard.
They just went for different reasons. "Lillian Andrew 's daughter, Pam, always planned to go to college, "but I was going to college to find a husband" ' (Collins 35). Today women are eager to go to college so that they can learn, expand their knowledge, and have that drive to be successful. I do understand that women back then were a lot more dependent on men but I find it interesting that the only motive to go was to