top of page

Your Education

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

  1. How much education does a person needs?

  2. When pursuing a higher education should one go to an adult school, trade school, 2 year college, 4 year college, etc?

  3. What educational goal path should a person take?

  4. How do I know what educational goal plan is right for me?

When pursuing a career, the career choice that you take determines how much education you need in order to qualify for that career path that you have chosen. Depending on the education qualifications will determine what educational goal path you should take. Some requires skills and certificates as others require degrees.

When reviewing the education qualifications, you have to decide is this position paying enough to make the decision to take on this educational goal plan? For instance if you know that the positions you chose only pays $20,000 to $30,000 per year, do you think it is feasible to accrue the cost of a $80,000 student loan? What career path does a person take that cost $80,000 and up of educational expenses? Doctors, Lawyers, etc?

Scholarships, Grants, and student loans.

  1. Who qualifies?

  2. When should you apply?

  3. How much are they?

  4. Would it cover all the education costs?

  5. Do you have to pay it back?

  6. How long do you have to pay it back?

Did you know that if you choose to attend a college that you are not a resident in, there is a non-resident fees which are HIGHER than in-state resident fees? Did you know that each school has a catalog that list all the classes offered along with certificate and degree programs? With this information, you are highly capable of creating your OWN educational goal plan and can determine how long it will take to accomplish your goal. Did you know some employers reimburse you for your education expenses if approved?

A person without education is like a building without foundation. An education is the passport to the future, for a better tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.

  1. What steps are you taking to embrace a “better tomorrow?”

If you would like to learn more about this topic, please feel free to take our Higher Education Workshop.

10 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All
bottom of page