During my time here at Columbia College, some of my most favorite memories are my classmates. I will truly miss them, I mean just seeing other adults striving to finish school and finally get that degree was inspiring in itself, but I would have to say my favorite memory is when I was out sick with an aneurysm, Columbia College didn't kick me to the curb, they checked on me every day, to make sure that I doing okay, and they didn't rush me back into school. They let me come back at my own pace. For that reason alone, is why I love this school.
Some of the accomplishments I achieved were the confidence to not only go back to school, but that I would finish; and finally on May 8th, I will achieve that dream!
I would say that the one person other than my wife and family would be Dori Cantrell, without her by side encouraging me, who knows if I would I have made it, so Dori, I thank you and I Love You!!! I would say that during my time here at Columbia College, I found an inner strength within me, that I didn't know existed, and I finally realized that if I would my mind to it then I can accomplish anything. So thank you Columbia College for pushing me to the point to find their strength to go on.
In 10 years from now, I see myself having graduated with my Masters and hopefully starting my business in the Human Resource Field or at the very least the HR Director of a major corporation. To be honest, I don't know, after graduating, the SKY IS THE LIMIT!!!!