Choices for the High School Graduate: A Survival Guide for by Bryna J Fireside

By Bryna J Fireside

Presents highschool scholars details on possible choices to school, together with such recommendations as internship courses, the army, and deferred collage admissions...Title: .Choices for the highschool Graduate..Author: .Fireside, Bryna J...Publisher: .Facts on File..Publication Date: .2009/05/01..Number of Pages: .261..Binding sort: .HARDCOVER..Library of Congress: .2008047835

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Or, if you plan to do any traveling, when and where do you expect to go? The more thought you give to your time out, the more likely it is that you will be satisfied with what you’ve done. You are the only one of you there is, and if you don’t take yourself seriously, no one else will either. JOB OPTIONS If you decide that at least part of your time out will be spent working, you need to figure out how to get a job when you may have no 42 Choices for the High School Graduate job experience. Most entry-level jobs aren’t glamorous, and they don’t pay very well.

Don’t even think about it. You’re going to college, and that’s that. WHO STOPS OUT AND WHY “I was the bad kid” Michael Urgo says, “I wasn’t sure where I wanted to be and what I wanted to do. , and I did miserably in school. I was kind of a bad kid and got sent to boarding school. I come from a family of 10 children—nine boys and one girl. And I was the only one sent away. I have four older brothers and they are all successful. ” Even though Michael did all right at boarding school, he just couldn’t decide on a college.

No, it doesn’t mean going shopping for a year. What people began to realize is that those pioneers of yore, kids who listened to their inner voices and took time away from academics for a year or two, were actually much more prepared by the time they went off to college than many others who went lockstep from high school to college to career. They 23 24 Choices for the High School Graduate Who Stops Out? ➣ Those who need to raise money for college ➣ Students who take themselves seriously and are self-directed ➣ Students who have no real reason for being in college ➣ Independent-minded students who are not overly influenced by their peers ➣ Students for whom an unusual opportunity presents itself ➣ Outgoing high achievers who are risk-takers ➣ Students who have spent a year or two in college and need a break from academic life ➣ Students who need to prove to themselves that they can be independent had, in fact, a better idea of why they were finally going to college.

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