The Decision to Attend College
When making decisions that could possibly change your life, a lot of thoughts are processed through your mind. When making the call to attend college you may ask yourself many questions. These questions may include why you are attending college, what do you hope to gain from the experience, what possible challenges you may encounter and solutions, what actions will you take in order to be successful, and what personal qualities or skills that make you suited for studying in a technical age. Recently I have made the decision to attend college, doing so has encouraged me to answer these questions for myself.
There are many reasons why I am attending college. However, I am only going to address my main motives. One reason why I have enrolled in college is the opportunity to further my knowledge. I believe that knowledge is the key to success. I say this because most career jobs in modern society request that you have at least a bachelor's degree to get hired on at an entry level position. I reasonably believe the perspective of Corporate America is that an educated individual will function more efficiently than an uneducated one. Also, attending college will prepare me for a rewarding career in law enforcement. I plan on joining a federal law enforcement agency and the criteria states that personnel must posses a bachelor's degree as a minimum. Getting the career in federal law enforcement means I will be able to support my family in the future. Supporting them with a source of income from a career I am passionate about and enjoy will make my family and I happy. For example my mother supported three children on her own and she loved what she did so that aided in the amount of happiness present inside our home.
One thing I would like to gain from going to college is a degree. I know that may seem obvious but I have met people in my past that have gone to college but decided not to continue at one point or another. A degree will...
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