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  • Reflective Essay About Going To College

    Ebonyrose Campbell Ms. Milliner EES21QH-03 September 22, 2016 College Reflection Essay A lot of different factors go into deciding whether to go to college or not. It may seem that college is the mandatory step after high school but it’s not the best choice for everyone. Going to college is completely optional but most people rather to continue their education instead of cutting it short. Factors such as better opportunities, finding yourself, and stability for a family play a big role in…

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  • Drowning In Debt

    “If the world were the way most educators would have us believe, America’s streets would be clogged with people who decided to skip out on their college degrees, panhandling to feed their illegitimate children. If you asked any of the hypothetical street-lurkers what they regretted most, they’d turn to you, eyes weary and underlined with dark circles, like sad, sad eyeliner for poor people, and whisper, ‘I didn’t get my college degree. Don’t be like me, kid. Go to college. Pursue that higher…

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  • Core Curriculum Of Today's College Students

    The required core curriculum that students are required to take in college is failing to meet the needs of today 's college students. Core curriculum is not only time consuming but also very costly. Students are paying for "an average of eleven courses for thirty-three hours to be associated with general education: four humanities, one fine arts, one math, two science, and three social science courses." (Bourke, Brian, Bray and Horton). The cost and time to complete these eleven courses…

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  • Smart Goals In Criminal Justice

    Prior to being enrolled in this class, I had never heard of SMART Goals before. After watching the video, I sat at my desk and thought about setting a good goal for me. I have to admit, I have never been good at setting goals for myself. It might be because I don’t like to set myself up for failure, or that I tend to stick with things that come easy to me. After multiple attempts of filling out the SMART Goals Worksheet, I decided that I would set a goal that could further my career in law…

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  • Career Essay: My Career Goals For Marketing Management

    “Knowledge is power. You can 't begin a career, for that matter even a relationship, unless you know everything there is to know about it.”-Randeep. My personal career goal was decision that I had to critically think about. They are many career options that you can choose from and it can be hard to narrow it down to the one that best suit to your talent. With that being said, I have decided that my career goal is to be a marketing manager which are responsible for managing marketing, advertising…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Criminal Justice Careers

    For most students, picking a major is the hardest decision they’ve had to make in life yet. Just like everything else in life there are pluses and minuses to every major. The desire for business administrators is presumed to thrive about as fast as all other occupations according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Although, finding a decent paying job in the business industry is actually very competitive. Fortunately for police, border patrol, correctional officers, etc. they don’t have…

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  • Executive RN Personal Statement

    My quest of becoming a student in this Executive RN Program and the possibility of earning my Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) has been a long journey. As a student in the Executive RN program, I am excited about the possibility of earning an advanced degree along with the career opportunities it may bring. With this program, I am concerned about being disconnected from my family to complete the necessary schoolwork and the financial burden it may bring to my family. In the year…

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  • Masters Degree

    Getting a Masters degree is an aspiration of many that opens up the doors to a higher level of knowledge and understanding; elevation of self worth; better employment opportunity; higher income potential; and more. It is a pillar that solidifies a person 's dedication, credibility and knowledge through his/her hard work. Thus one of the key issue in consideration for a Masters degree is choosing the appropriate field of study that will complement the social, professional and personal…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In Athletic Training

    Chris Linde stated “My job as an athletic trainer is to prevent injuries as much as possible. I also support with strengthening and conditioning, guidance in nutrition and sleeping, and I also make sure the playing area is safe”. When he was young, he always adored being around the athletic trainer. Subsequently being pushed to his limits and fighting through the pain, there was always someone to care for his aches, and pains. She gave him opinions on what to do when he was alone to prevent…

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  • Career Essay: My Career As An Academic Advisor

    The Life of an Advisor An academic advisor plays a big role in the education field. Academic Advisors work in schools in order to help and guide students in the right direction when it comes to their education. My old high school advisor, Mrs. Davis, plays a very big role in my education now and while I was in high school. She is always there to help me and give me good advice about my college journey. Even though she is a high school advisor, and because of all the great things she has done…

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