My Experiences

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I. My family life
a. Growing up as a child
b. Single life
c. Married life

II. Types of jobs
a. U.S. Navy
b. AutoCAD designer
c. Management
d. Customer Service
e. Dispatcher

III. Educational background
a. Southwestern High School
b. ITT Technical Institute
c. Wayne State University
d. Schoolcraft
e. Park University
f. Ashford University

IV. What are my personal, professional, & academic goals? a. Set a good example for my children
b. Get good grades
c. Get a degree

V. Happiness in the future
a. Owning a business
b. Supporting my family
c. Financial stability

What I Want to Become
When I was growing up, I never gave much thought to what I wanted to do for a living. It was not until I was in my early 30’s when I had the desire to open my own business. I will write how my experiences have changed me to believe that going back to school will help prepare me for the business world. The southwest side of Detroit is where my parents decided to raise me and my two brothers. My parents ensured we had the necessities but they could not afford much else. We actually lived in three different places on the same block. According to the text “The microsystem consists of our primary daily environment: family, school, neighborhood, religious, and group affiliations” (Witt & Mossler, 2010, section 2). Living on the same block, attending the Detroit Public Schools and having the same friends defined what my microsystem was. My parents rented until 1976 when they bought their house. Growing up in the intercity was not that much different than kids growing up in the suburbs. The main difference is street smarts. I had to do things and witness things that I would never share with my wife or kids. It was hard growing up because all of my friends had moved out of the neighborhood to the suburbs. The first job that I ever had was joining the U.S. Navy after...
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