What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up? A MOMs guide to returning to College as an Adult

 It’s a loaded question for many. I mean, in this group, we are all moms. So that means we sometimes lose our identity in the shuffle of caring for everyone else. Being a MOM is the most challenging yet rewarding adventure in the world! That being said, mommas still need their own identity. Finding what they love, where their passion is, and how they want to spend their time. So where do you start? How do you figure out what you want to be when you grow up?
Well it turns out that there are actually counselors who do just that! They talk with you, learn about you interests, needs and wants. Then work to partner with you to find a degree program to meet your personalized needs. So cool right! Best part is that some of these counselors have worked in the education industry for years and actually help you navigate to resources you may not have known about prior. So if you are considering finding yourself and what you want to do, get in touch with an experienced counselor today! 
That’s not all, did you know some school counselors help you with not only the figuring your life part out, but also with everything else. From figuring out your finances, scholarships, and other funding sources you may not be aware of. To preparing for success within your program. Heck the good ones even show you resources about what potential job outcomes you can earn with your degree, salary ranges, etc.
Sound like something you might be interested in? Contact your very own boss mom University Development Counselor today!
 
Important Questions When looking for a School
Accreditation?
Modalities offered?
Class size?
Class length?
Cost per credit hour?
Support provided?
Resources available?
Scholarships available?
 
Cheri Ramo is an awesome College Counselor, doting military wife and ninja-MOM of three beautiful ladies!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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