A student might have to drop out and get a job to provide for younger siblings or a parent. This would be an understandable reason to not continue college, but is very specific to certain people or families. Another personal case of why an individual would drop out is college is it is just not the right fit for their life. College does teach valuable life skills and provides an advanced education for those who need it, yet some professions do not require a degree. If a student is not getting valuable instruction for what they want to do, it would be the smart thing to back out and peruse an apprenticeship for example.
Although one might say attending college is a good thing, it can also be a bad thing. Parents can be proud of their kids for going to college, but some think college is not worth the time and benefits. Parents work really hard for this money and what happens if the student fails and drop out from college. What happens if you don’t do well in college and you don’t get a degree. Some parents think earning a college degree is useless especially if they are paying for your tuition.
One of the biggest reasons is to get a better job opportunity by getting a college degree to be successful in the future(Shinken-Ad, 2013). However, people are misunderstanding that in reality, getting a college degree does not promise your success in the future because college is a place to study your interest and deepen your curiosity. People should not choose to go to college for the reason of better job opportunities in the future
The one big thing I learned going into my first year of college was that how much the professors do not really care if you pass or not. Even though there are some that do, there are also a lot that do not. With saying this I am getting at that the Central Minnesota Credit Union does not want to be that professor that does not care, they want to be the exact opposite and show everyone of their strength, service and to help it grow to be an even more prosperous community. By doing this it will leave a huge mark in our lives. Strength: Strength is a huge component in society as in at the Central Minnesota Credit Union.
Not getting a trophy would tell the child to keep trying and that they didn’t work hard enough. It would let the kid know that they need to stay encouraged and to work harder. Just because they didn’t get a trophy doesn’t mean that they should give up. Not getting a trophy is just a statement of encouragement. Also if they didn’t get a reward or congratulations doesn’t mean that they didn’t do good.
The ways that they are treated and how they receive no help is ashame because that is not how people should be treated no matter where they are. It is understandable that they have not followed the laws that were given, but they should not be bashed; they should be talked to and given help. A good program that should be put in place is a program that would help increase their life and educational skills that they have to attend after they get out of juvenile for a certain period of
Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” What this means to me is that everyone has the potential to do anything they want; however, if they do not have the confidence and the drive to go for their dreams, they will not accomplish anything. As a second-semester sophomore in high school, it may seem that I have plenty of time to decide what I want to do with my life, but that is not exactly the case. With the SAT test coming up in about a year and college applications beginning not long after that, now is the perfect time to start planning for my future. My plan for after high school is to attend college and pursue a degree in anesthesiology. In order to become an anesthesiologist, I must apply
Bullying or suborning someone is not ok, That something of our knowledge. Stop trying to fit in something superficial because that is not going to fill up your life and soul. But, the most important thing to learn is to respect each other’s decisions no matter if you aren’t in agreement. That will help you to grow as a person. To conclude, life is more than school labels.
Transcripts Throughout my high school career I have accumulated a weighted academic GPA of 3.76. My first two years of high school were the hardest for me. Since I was in foster care I had moved four times in my first two years of high school. Unfortunately my GPA at the time was barely above a 2.0. Junior year I was settled down and determined to improve my academics; by the end of first semester of junior year I had raised my GPA by one point.
At first, a few years ago instead of dealing with a conflict I would push it off to the side and avoid dealing with the conflict and let it take its tole on how it works out. Now that I have started dealing with my conflicts I believe it has made relationships in my life stronger. I have realised when dealing with a conflict it is always important to get what you have to say out in the open, this way there is no tension or build up of emotions. As well as it is important to keep your values and not to change your values to make someone else happy. Because in the end you cannot control how other people are going to act but you can control how you will act to certain situation.