I believe that getting an education is important for mental and physical growth. The brain is a growing tool that can last forever. A student that wants to exceed his or her learning capabilities will go far in life. It is the parent first that should help all children to excel in their learning abilities.
I graduated with an Advance High School diploma in 1991. I started college immediately after high school. My first college major was Communication. I received an Associates degree in 2002 in English. I received a Bachelors degree winter of 2013, in Business Administration and Criminal Justice.
I have been a teacher’s aide and substitute teacher for 3 years, and an afterschool helper and assistant for several years.
I do amateur and professional photography, and write poems/short fiction. I enjoy volunteering with the homeless, and foster children. I also write plays scripts for companies and do marketing and promotion for agencies.