I'm attending St. Louis Community College, Forest Park, for my second year. Last year, I was strongly considering quitting because I needed the money. I work at my school for almost minimum wage. I got a scooter to cut back on the gas needed for traveling, and so that I could cut out the monthly insurance I was paying on my truck. I eat a lot of McChickens because they're only a dollar. :-) I'll still be using my scooter this year and continuing to eat McChickens, but I'm hoping that by accepting any help from anyone who can afford to help, I might not run late on my bills this year.
So, about me:
I'm getting my Associate in Science for Business Administration. The general idea is that getting a degree will help me to get a better job - that's what they say.
- I chose Business Administration (General Management) because it's a broad topic that reaches to every... business.
- I'm a part of the Student Government Association this year, as a Representative.
- Last year and this year, I'm the webmaster for the Business Club (technically, "Marketing & Communications"), and since I was the first webmaster for a club at my school (they chose to use Microsoft SharePoint, instead of a real website :-\), I'll be teaching people from all the clubs how to set up club websites with SharePoint, this year (at the request of the IT department).
- I assist the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) club with their events, whenever nonmembers are allowed to, because Honor Societies are very... honorable. :-p
My roommate has just bought a house (we have an apartment right now), which is a few miles closer to my school. We haven't talked about rent yet, but since he'll have a mortgage to handle, my rent might still go up. I hope not, but it could.
I understand that the cognitive process usually leads "pretty people" to get donations instead, but I could really use the help from anyone who is willing.