It is partially because of growing up in a non-educated, lower class family in Northwest
Education. I chose this profession because I want to have a positive influence on students.
Also my mother started working in food service at Fayetteville Public Schools fourteen years
ago because she wanted the opportunity to stay home with her two children during their
school years. I would also like to have a family some day and I know that this profession would
give me the opportunity to care for my children when they need me.
for a career. I started my education at NWACC (
because of my financial situations and the smaller classes and school. Since my parents could
not afford to send their children to college I had to work part-time and go to school full-time. I
have worked and paid for my college education every semester. I attended NWACC for two
and a half years graduating with an Associate of Science degree. I transferred to the
cost of the university was so much more than the community college that I knew I had to
decide whether to quit college or go in debt to finish. If I quit school I knew I would not have
the opportunity to teach and there was nothing else in life that I wanted to do more. I decided
to attend the
internship that they offered. Now that I am certified in
Northwest Arkansas area to begin my career.