Fewer U.S high school grads opt for college.
It doesn’t matter if you aren’t….at least, not yet.
What matters is…
Are your talents, gifts and abilities developed best in college or not?
Is college the right place or the wrong place for YOU?
Never mind statistics.
Never mind anybody else.
And never mind what your friends and parents say, either.
(Well, to a degree!)
Do you need to go to college (or university) or is that the wrong place for you?
THE REAL PROBLEM ISN’T THAT KIDS DON’T GO TO COLLEGE
The real problem is that some people who DO go, should NOT go and then they either drop out or switch programs and lose a year or two in the process.
And some people who don’t go, SHOULD GO.
Years later they play the “I shoulda, coulda, woulda” game.
The real problem is that many young people have no idea which is the right choice for THEM.
Are you in that predicament?
It is not the end of the world.
We can fix this fairly fast.
Floyd Norris, writing in Business Day, writes about it–
“Falling college enrollment indicates that upward mobility may become more difficult for working-class and disadvantaged high school graduates,” said Heidi Shierholz, an economist with the Economic Policy Institute in Washington.
Read the whole article here:
If you are a person who hasn’t a clue what you should do, I’ll make it easy for you. Join me at Dropout to Dean’s List and I’ll help you figure it out.
You will have to do some introspective work, answer some hard questions and be rigorous in your answers, but you will LOVE the process–it’s learning about the most important person in your world –YOU!
You will learn about yourself and you’ll be happier than a pig in you know what.
If you’re not bothered by this, great, you don’t need me.
STRUGGLING WITH THIS?
If you are struggling with whether or not to go to college, I can help.
But if you ARE really concerned about what the hell are you doing in your life and you DON’T ACT on this, fine.
If this doesn’t interest you, carry on. Come back next year.
I’ll be here and you’ll be in the same anxious spot.
It’s your education.
It’s your call.
But I CAN help you.
WHEN THE STUDENT IS READY, THE TEACHER APPEARS.
Are you ready?
Call me: 905-584-0617.
I will not pressure you to do anything.
We’ll just talk.
P.S. Here’s an article on whether college is worth it financially.