Dylan Van Noy
2 April 2014
My Plan For Riches
Growing up, I had no idea what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. My whole world evolved around sports, but I knew the chances of making money playing a sport were slim. My father owns a pipeline business, and my mom owns a boutique shop so I knew I would go into a business management plan. At ten years old, my father always took me to work with him on the weekends. That was one of the best things I got; young experience is what I needed. He taught me to operate heave machinery, mix concrete, work on pipelines; moreover, he taught me what it takes to be a self-mannered, respectful employee. Since then, I knew what to do with my life and I am very lucky to have such inspirational parents to motivate me for my goal in life. I look up to them in so many ways and appreciate all they have done for my siblings and I. Hopefully, I can provide for my family like my father has for ours. Earning a degree in construction management requires no college classes, but to assure a job and attain interest of a company colleagues provide a four-year bachelor degree. Competition within your job may not have a degree and the student will be hired due to the education the student has obtained through hard work, long years of studying the field, and the willingness to complete a job assigned to them. I am currently in my second semester as a freshman at Lamar University. I will be accredited to twenty-one hours after this course. Needing sixty hours to graduate, I know I have a lot more to do and much more to accomplish throughout my years at Lamar University. The classes I have remaining: History 1301, a physical education credit, Intro Construction Management 1310, Commercial Construct Mats & Methods 2310, Construction Surveying 2350, Construction Project Management 3320, Structural Behavior I 3330, Internship/Independent Study 4100, Cost Estimating and Analysis 4320, Safety & Industrial...
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