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When I was a little girl my grandmother would always drive my cousin and me down Walton Way Extension and point out all of the grand houses She would always remind us to go to school and get our education so that we could further our education in college While in college we would meet an educated wealthy man that would buy us that big house When I think about what I hope to get from my college experience my first thought is my goals in life My short term goals are goals I would like to accomplish within the next two years I would like to develop better study habits College is nothing like high school There is no one constantly reminding you This helps you practice time management skills I would also like to keep my grades up so that I can get the hope scholarship But my number one short term goal is to complete my core classes so that I can go forward with my majorMy mid-term goal would be to be accepted into the nursing program I would like to attend either the Medical College of Georgia or University of South Carolina Aiken I would either like to become a nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or Labor and Delivery My long term goals I would like to accomplish in the next five years I would like to be financially stable for myself This will help me have my independence I will either be working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or Labor and Delivery This will help with my job security because there is so much job availability in the medical field It has been a lifelong dream of mine to open my own bakery I have loved to bake ever since I was a little girl who was standing in a chair helping my grandmother cook After I become financially stable I would like to go back
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