Walgreens is located on the poorer side of town. This is where more apartments are located, and run down houses. We would be able to survive on this kind of menu. The hardest part of this shopping experience was finding items that would fit into our budget. We had to choose most of the great value items rather than the name brand
I think, to move, we should use bicycles, or walk, it’s a small town anyway, but the problem is that we like our lives easier. A great percentage of the people in this city uses old cars, and this ones pollute even more. This city is going bigger each day, so the edges of the city are being deforested. We don’t have a big green area, but they
Also at your senior graduation, when you receive your high school diploma, you will also receive a college Associate’s Degree from Austin Community College. Having this degree saves you the trouble of having to attend college for two years, depending on whether or not you
Why are you planning to attend Oakton? Include your educational goals/career interests/professional aspirations and your plans to meet these goals. I am planning to attend Oakton because having known my financial situation for some time now, going to community college is the best choice for me. This is especially thinking in the long run. My goals at Oakton are to graduate with a 3.5 or above GPA and to take courses to help me get my general education out of the way which will allow me to focus more on the classes that I need in order to succeed in my major and to help increase my understanding with the job I hope to pursue.
Poverty is higher in urban area. There is more need for housing which is scarce. Schools in these areas are safe havens for students. The learning conditions are not that well either. The teachers are less experienced and have few resources.
Attending a community college was not always my number one choice for my college life after high school. I had always dreamed of attending a university once I graduated high school. Delta State was always high on my list of schools to attend, especially now that I have matured and experienced the first two years of my college journey. Attending community college was the fiscally responsible move for me after high school graduation. The two years I have spent at Itawamba Community College has given me the experience to take the next step towards my career goals; attending and graduating from a university.
Because housing is so expensive, Ehrenreich was often forced to live in dingy motels or the cheapest trailer she could find. Even when she was living in the cheapest housing, rent was often a struggle because prices were too high to pay off of minimum wage. Not only was housing a problem, but also food. In order to eat well, one needs a refrigerator to keep meats and other foods fresh, which one does not always come with lodging and is expensive to buy. Moreover, a family needs to have enough money to buy groceries each week, which can be difficult when paychecks are given every other week.
I plan to attend community college for two years, and then move on to a 4 year university to work on my degree. My future education may be long and difficult, but something that will be all worth it in the end. I will probably strive for my masters or possibly more. It all depends on what the future holds. This a scary thought if you really think about it, but taking the right steps, such as college will improve my odds tremendously.
When I graduate high school, I plan on having future goals that I plan on achieving. My first goal is to go to college and get a degree. I plan on attending Purdue NorthWest majoring in engineering and minoring in business. This is my number one future goal that I need to accomplish because to be able to have a nice life, I need to go to college to support my future family. My next future goal would be get a starting job to be able to support my future family.
The commercial market is extremely diverse and well put together. The city is filled with local small businesses and includes some bigger businesses as well. Commercially Faribault does not hold many big-name establishments. However, there is enough options in the market to satisfy the community’s needs and wants. Faribault does have a shopping mall which has been struggling economically for years.