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Everett Community College: Stay Close... Go Far.

Everett Community College: Stay Close... Go Far. | learning how to live on my own | Scoop.it
Everett Community College is the academic, technical, and cultural center of learning for our region and located in Everett, Washington

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I used this website for my project by i looked up the date for placement testing and  went to go test on the campus and got my scores back so i can figure out what classes i can take with my scores i scored on he test. And i used everett community college by looking up the majors and programs they have and i liked the one that dealt with criminial law because i changed my career choice of a veternarian to something with criminial law and figured that everett comunnity college gives a program of criminial law and i might be interested in taking that class. And the campus is not to far from my home so i wont have promblems with transportation.

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Kvinsland's curator insight, April 22, 2013 3:45 PM

Everett has a variety of options as a two year college. Everett is known for their Fitness area and their Theatre. If you are looking into theatre arts and /or Fitness training this is the school. This is a two year college but it still provides the resources to help your career. This would be a good college for those type of era's.

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This article is saying that taking the right number of courses is no longer enough to guarantee that graduates will be prepared for life after school. And they are saying that white people back in 2001 had graduated and entered college immediately while latino and africans have the lower percentage of that. Also is that if you have exposure to work experience in high school it has been linked to both greater success in the workforce and postsecondary education. And for the students with disabilities were reported by school to have post secondary education as a primary postschool goal.

 

The article relates to my life by showing that being latino you have a lower rate than white people on tests and immediately going to college after graduating so by that it makes me want to prove the statisitics wrong and i can and will go to a community college than transfer to a 4 year university. Also by when people are looking for people to hire they most likely want to see people have a diploma and some education of a 4 year or community college so they have more experience in what they are studying for. And that people with disabilites have more of a hard time so they need to take post secondary education and that makes me realize i need to put more effort in doing my best cause some other people have it way worse then you.

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