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Take some time off between high school and college, work a number of different jobs in various fields in order to get a feel ...
Take some time off between high school and college, work a number of different jobs in various fields in order to get a feel for many occupations in order to determine your areas of interest. Search for a number of businesses to see if you might do internships to see what a company looks like from the inside. Think about your personal interests: are you crazy about animals, love learning different languages, is traveling abroad something that you desire? Do research, talk to people in these fields--veterinarians, interpreters, entrepeneurs, and others who are passionate about what they do and see if you have the same kind of passion. If not, keep looking and working in different occupations until something totally mesmerizes you and you KNOW that's what you want to spend your time doing--if not your entire life, at least the immediate future.
If someone has a desire to acquire a four-year degree at a larger college or university, this is an excellent means of completing the required courses for much less money and in a smaller school community. Additionally, for someone like myself who is interested in receiving a certificate for a particular program without needing the required courses, this is an excellent choice. Anyone serious about their education, rather than partying every weekendin the dorm or elsewhere, would find this a welcome environment.
For someone looking for a large student body, a much more conducive environment for involvement in a wide selection of student activities, including clubs, athletics and many other events not offered in smaller schools; that person would not be satisfied with this particular school. And if their goal is to attend a Top 10 school, Ivy League or other prominent school, he/she would undoubtedly want to attend a different school.
As a senior in high school you are also told repeatedly to never drink and drive, this seminar is repeated thoughout your fou...
As a senior in high school you are also told repeatedly to never drink and drive, this seminar is repeated thoughout your four years and is over done, however as a senior in high school I was never really taught the other horros of college life. I attended Western Illinois University for the first semester of my freshman year of college and ended up comeing home after the first semester because of being drugged and raped at a party. I just wish that their were a little less emphisis on drunk drving in high school and a little more on protecting yourself from the dangers of college life.
The teachers at this school are more than qualified to teach however the teachers clearly get frustrated with the entire class beacause there are students who ust don't care about their education. So students that are not 100% concerned about their future and grades should just save their money and stay at home.
The student life program they have at this school is a real moral booster for everyone who attends. They put on so many activities that there is always something to do, these people who are part of this group really make a difference at this school.
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