College is still a useful tool, despite what some people will tell you. Even if you already know what you want to do with your life, we recommend you take some college courses or go for a full degree so that you can achieve your dreams. If you think that college can’t help you, let’s take a look at how it can.
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For The Fashionista
So you want to get your foot into the world of fashion. Perhaps you already work at a high-end boutique and people have complimented your sense of style. College can still help with that. Whether you want to learn fashion merchandising, fashion designing, or even being a model, a college education can teach you so much that will become useful. A degree shows your level of commitment to potential employers, the skills you learn can transcend any position you apply for, and it can make you a versatile candidate.
Yea, you can make tons at being a model but a model with a college degree in something fashion oriented has now secured themselves to stay in the fashion world should the modeling jobs slow down or stop.
The Entrepreneur may think that some college courses or a Business degree won’t help them but, in fact, they could be more successful. Yes, you want to work for yourself. Yes, you want to build a business on your terms. This is especially true for the young entrepreneur who started before graduating high school! However, college courses or a degree can still help your business tremendously.
You can learn how to manage your time better, learn new skills with marketing, learn the financial aspect of managing the books, and you can learn how to use the current economic situation to your benefit. Some things you will learn as you go through trial and error, but why not go to college so that you can create a game plan that will almost be fail-proof?
The Medical Buff
Are you that person that gets super excited about hospital shows, shows about unique illnesses, or even those shows that show off medical procedures? Awesome! College can help you turn that love and excitement over all things medical into a career. Some positions don’t require much schooling. Phlebotomists, registered nurses, and ultrasound technician are a few positions that require some training or schooling. If you are dreaming big about being a dentist or cardiologist, then you will need to attend college and medical school to fulfill those dreams.
No matter the dream or desire you want to obtain, college can always help you with achieving your goals. Classes can help further your aspirations and give you invaluable skills that can be applied in just about any aspect of your life.
Most importantly, you will meet some very helpful people on your journey. That’s the one thing many people don’t talk about when it comes to college, the networking. No matter what you want to do in your life, it’s always about the people you know and the connections you make. College means meeting people who know people who can help you land a starting position. It means you can meet people who are willing to share valuable information or a hands-on experience you may not have had the chance to have otherwise. You never know what you could miss out on if you decide to avoid college altogether.