Every since I heard about the Early College program, I knew that that is what I wanted to do. For me, school is a top priority, and I always strive to be my best. Whenever I set my focus on a task, I will put 100% effort into it until I am satisfied with the result. I am not nervous to talk to adults or teachers, and address any questions I have about the course. To be at college at such a young age demands hard work and dedication, which I am ready to put forth. There is so much in this program that will help me succeed in life. First of all, this program will help me graduate college a year earlier than the rest of my class. I am already young for my grade, so if I am involved in this program I will graduate college at the age of 20 years old. I will be two years younger than most my graduating class. This will help progress me in life, and give me a jump start. Most people graduate when they are 22. Having 2 years of my life that I can spend getting deeper into the job market, and finding a job that I want, instead of spending it in college is an amazing oppurtunity that many people aren’t given. This Also, the financial help is huge to me. In my family, the burden of paying for college is placed on the children. I have a job, and a special bank account, and every paycheck that I get goes into that account to make sure I have money for college. But, if I got into this program, the stress of paying for college for two years will be taken off my shoulders. This program goes along with my plan. After high school, I am going to go to Muskegon Community College and receive my associate 's degree, and then transfer to a state school where I will achieve my bachelor 's degree. My ultimate career/educational goal is to go to college a...
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...use it keeps me active, and helps me avoid just sitting on the couch after school. I also have a job at Fruitport Food and Ice Cream. This will be my second year employed by the facility, and I thoroughly enjoy working. Some responsibilities I have in my daily life are making sure our house is clean, making sure the dog is okay, and being completely responsible for myself. I am naturally very independent and I am capable of taking care of myself, without having to rely on adults to watch over me every second of every day.
I would love to be included in this program, and truly believe that it is the best option for me. There are so many reasons why I love this program, and I think I am the perfect person that you are searching for to be a part of it. I am very detail oriented, incredibly hard working, and a someone who genuinely just wants to be the best I can be.
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