It is the middle of June, and I have about five weeks of summer under my belt, with about eight or nine headed my way faster than you can say “summertime.” I am finally getting to the point of wrapping up the 2009-2010 year. Between work and school, and extracurricular activities, it is quite a feat! And so, without further ado, I say toodle-loo!
But wait, I will share with you what I see upon my horizon for the next couple of years. After about six years coming, I hope to be graduated by 2012, have successfully led the Holt Student Government with my fellow president and friend in the 2010-2011 year, compiled a grand choice of graduate schools, and taken part in some great learning experiences, work experiences, and strengthened some friendships for myself to carry on into my life.
First off, here is your opportunity to laugh AT me. Graduate school. Yes, I know. Many of my friends who have asked me about this never would have expected this to come out of my mouth as a part of my future plan. But I recommend pondering the thought. I had an epiphany a few weeks ago, realizing that in order to better achieve my career goal, more education is needed! My goal? To administer a successful and passionate fine arts “something” into bettering the community and to better those involved. Pretty much, the grunt work to making something happen (through public relations, advertising, design, creativity, paperwork). It is something that I have loved my entire life, thanks to my family and my community. So, I figure, why not stick to what you love and know, and help others to have the same “passion” as you? I am currently interested in the programs at Boston University, Metropolitan College, Drexel University, and a few more that I will be adding to my “interesting” list in the next couple of months. Wish me luck!
So how does my graduate school, and my final career at Rollins relate to this entry? Well, I figured I would share where my steppingstone has pushed me off to. You might run into me on a bus, or train, or a subway (or mass transportation), cracking a book open, or maybe even coloring an ad. This E-Journalist opportunity, though, is highly recommended to anyone who can sit at a computer for a few minutes to share some experiences, opportunities and friendships with those interested. I might not have covered everything that should have been covered in my blogs, but, hopefully, my entries will show you that you CAN work full time, go to school full time, and be involved in the Holt School in every way, shape, and form.
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