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  • Reflecting on What is Important for Me - Makenzie

    Reflecting on What is Important for Me - Makenzie

    Senior year is a time to have fun, make memories that will last a lifetime, and of course, spend countless hours applying to the colleges of your dreams. Although the application process may be very time consuming, it will definitely help if you go into it knowing what you want for yourself.

    For example: Size? Location? Major? All of those factors and many more will play into your decision process, helping you along the way.

    As for myself, I think I have a pretty good idea of my priorities when looking for a school. They are: Reputation of the college/ university, my field of interest, and school community.

    by Makenzie Thiel
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Stephanie

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Stephanie

    After I receive that bright, shiny diploma, and I am no longer required to attend school, I plan on running away to join a circus. I am an amazing tightrope walker.

    Just kidding. I have terrible balance and would fall as soon as I no longer had solid ground beneath my feet.

    I hope that a similar demise will not befall me when I attempt my real post-secondary future.

    by Stephanie Schmidt
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Anjelica

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Anjelica

    A world full of endless possibilities lies beyond our school walls. The question is: Amid all those opportunities, which ones are right for each of us?

    As college-bound students, it will take us months to discover our own niche. Right now, we are probably counting down the days to graduation; through this anticipation, we are either enjoying the remainder of high school or waiting for something better to come along.

    But, it’s important to remember why we want to go to college or any other post-secondary place. Whatever we consider as a priority will affect the next step we take.

    by Anjelica Enaje
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Laura

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Laura

    As I think about my next step in life, my main motivation is to receive a good college education, travel the world, and never compromise my morals.

    In retrospect, my fate was sealed the moment I started high school. At the risk of sounding like a gigantic nerd, I adore learning, and I enjoy school for the most part.

    I want to learn as much as I can about the world before I undertake any form of a long-term career. Eventually, I want to become a literature teacher, and the best way to learn how to teach is to listen to those who teach.

    by Laura Acchiardo
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Grace

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Grace

    The most important factor in my decision making process is proximity, because I want my college to be close to home, my friends, and family, and most importantly I want my decisions to be close to my heart.

    by Grace Carey
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Searching for the Perfect College

    Searching for the Perfect College

    As the school year continues and college application deadlines approach, making a final decision can be quite overwhelming. Some students may choose to defer a year or join the military; I, on the other hand, have chosen to continue on to college.

    Everyone has their ideal college in mind, but in reality, trying to find it can be difficult. Choosing three of my most important priorities has helped me narrow down my search.

    by Nina Youkhanis
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Catching up with Recent Grads

    Unless you are a trust fund recipient or snag a winning lottery ticket, some kind of money making routine after high school is inevitable. We caught up with a few graduates to see where the real world has taken them. Some are currently working in fields they didn’t imagine they’d be entering, while others have stuck to their path of choice. Check out their unique stories.
    by Nicole Pajer
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Outside the Box Carers: Animal Trainers

    Outside the Box Carers: Animal Trainers

    Joel Norton loved animals and knew he wanted to work with them. But he wasn’t exactly sure how to go about making a living out of doing it.

    “It wasn’t until I was in an animal training school and worked with a rat and a hawk, (not at the same time of course), that I knew I wanted to be a trainer,” he said.

    If you’ve ever dreamed of turning your passion for animals into a career, animal training might be the right fit for you.

    by Nicole Pajer
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • ROTC—College with a Twist

    ROTC—College with a Twist

    Looking for a way to pay for college and have a guaranteed job upon graduation?

    by Dennis Owen Frohlich
    Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Turning up the Heat

    Turning up the Heat

    Serve your community with a career in firefighting.

    by Dennis Owen Frohlich
    Posted September 15, 2013
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