Surviving School Education

Well, I finally finished my 1st semester of college and I think I did very well. I am working toward a degree in Professional Justice, possibly with a minor in psychology. I absolutely love the school and now often wonder why not come back soon. I believe the school has made me more independent, if possible. I love it. I learned a lot and met a lot of great people.

I have many friends and are now real friends know that I can count the friends I’m sure I’ll have in my entire life. I am also taking two summer classes and I really can not imagine being out of school at this point. I may end up being one of those who stay in school forever .. lol. No, I do not like much. The independence and freedom I feel from this and the confidence of knowing I can achieve something is remarkable.

I feel anyone who feels that you really should do, what they have to lose, besides the people you meet and the opportunities are going fantastic. I made some good connections instructors in my area / country and people in general that will help me when my career is finally obtained, and can not overcome this. Most of my friends and some family members have returned to school too, and say it has changed their lives and think it’s something to make progress in life irrespective of race and the major you choose. Personally, I’m thinking about being a detective or investigator, but I also love working with children who have problems so it may be the direction taken. I guess it’s a long way for me to decide exactly what I do, but I’m on the right track, and when my 2-4 years is up, I made a final decision. I would encourage anyone thinking of going back to school or go for their first time taking it, the support of their peers and teachers is great, and I know you can do it and you achieve your dreams. Good luck and God Bless Ya. Vaughn, Pascal A Dakota, my biggest fan ..


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