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Student Stories

From the monthly archives:

January, 2014

Two Ecuadorian experiences and one new career path
Monday, January 20, 2014

Two Ecuadorian experiences and one new career path When I applied to Fort Lewis College, I thought I knew exactly what career path I wanted to pursue. My plan was to get a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and enter a master’s program for Child Life Specialists. Shortly after I was accepted, I had my first encounter with Village Aid Project-Engineers Without Borders (VAP-EWB). During the Albuquerque area open house, clips of VAP-EWB projects were shown. I had just committed to Fort Lewis College and the opportunity to fulfill my lifelong dream for international service made me even more excited! After the video completed, I whispered to my mother, “I am going to do that.” Four years later, my career path is more ambitious and I am more compassionate toward others thanks to VAP-EWB. Read the rest of entry »

The art of scholarships
Thursday, January 02, 2014

The art of scholarships Fact: College is expensive.

Myth: Scholarships are hard to get and not worth the time.

Truth: Anyone can get scholarships -- you just have to do it right.

As a senior in high school I knew I wanted to go to college, but I also knew I didn’t want to graduate and begin the rest of my life in debt. I was standing on this weird middle ground where I didn’t have the greatest grades and my family made just enough money that I didn’t qualify for huge grants. Read the rest of entry »

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