The best information that I can tell you that 1. Set of your organization before hand with some sort of calendar just to keep you prompt with your classes, homework, personal interests and then it won't be as frustrating for you to do everything. Let your counselor and teacher at school know you are working full time, It gives them an idea that you are willing to very hard to make it all work for you. Some support group would be helpful, so the people around can help you when needed even teacher and counselors. There will be times when you feel like you are drowning with job or school so the support group may come in handy and try to be as flexible as possible within your time frame. (Remember the calendar every day to start the day with a positive attitude.) I wish you the best in your future jobs and hope you find exactly the job you are looking for ! I think you will attain a good future for yourself if you do some of these optional steps and the adv ice given to you.
Carole recommends the following next steps:
- Before going back to school make sure you have taken some Career Assessments and you know exactly what area you want to study.
- Career Assessments are usually found in the college career centers. They are full of information for you to dwell on.
- Whatever Career you decide on I would get as much information from people you know about the job itself, and the skills that are required.
- You can even shadow a person who is doing the job that you are interested in; which means following them, and talking with them about what they really do!