Friends with Max: Bridging the Gap Between Traditional and Nontraditional Students

Max and I started off as colleagues ¬†on the Pearson Student Advisory Board. To be honest, I didn't really take the time to get to know him personally in the beginning because I was incredibly intimidated not only by him but by all my co-board members. After all, I was the only one in my … Continue reading Friends with Max: Bridging the Gap Between Traditional and Nontraditional Students

“I am Good Enough”: The Transferring Mom

As a mother, it feels comfortable to attend community college. Not to say that classes are easy, actually I think they may be more challenging. But rather, community college has a much larger demographic of people "like us." You know: moms, dads, older students, underrepresented minorities, etc. I think, though that we become comfortable and … Continue reading “I am Good Enough”: The Transferring Mom