After having a specialization in Finance and Banking in my Bachelor degree, my career dream is to become a research analyst in this field. My interest to study Finance during taking the first course named Introduction to Finance and at the very beginning of university life.
A few weeks ago I walked into the 9th grade classroom to find an essay topic written on the board. What is your drive or motivation for going to college?
I smiled a confident grin, borrowed a piece of paper from the student next to me, and pulled up a chair. This question was easy! In my teens I wanted to go to college to get a good education which would, of course, lead to a good job.
Fast-forward twenty years to the 9th graders giving the exact same answer. The more I reflected on the last five years, the more surprises I found. My motivation had grown from standard to spectacular. I finished college to set an example for my children and also for the students I work with.
How could I stress to them the importance of education if I had neglected to reach for it myself? I kept working on my degree because every time I learned something new I felt like a kid again.
Our capacity to grow does not decrease because we age; we age because we forget our innate capacity to grow. Every class I took gave me new perspectives and I could feel myself becoming more open and understanding. When I initially returned to college I had difficulties juggling my everyday life with finding time to study.
But soon enough those difficulties began to rouse instead of discourage. When a non-traditional student encounters an obstacle we work through it because we have to. Hitting the pause button on our jobs, our families, and our homes is not an option.
As we weave learning into life we become even more resourceful. I finished because I realized that graduating was truly the only way to honor all the time, effort, and hard work I had already put in. My answer to the question is simple: Take a second every now and then during this whirlwind to think about how both you and your motivations might have changed.
Keeping your determination up to date will help push you through to the end. So finish strong, my fellow non-trads.
I can tell you with great pride and certainty that you will be so very glad you did. This entry was posted in Alumni by Daniel Moore. Every class opens your mind a little bit more, raises more questions, highlights awareness of vast possibilities, and shapes your principles and beliefs so that life is lived meaningfully and thoughtfully.
I was a non-trad and realized quickly the differences between me and the traditional student. However, as a middle school teacher I am always impressed and appreciative of the wise 13 year-olds who already know what it takes to get things done and how to roll with punches.
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