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How could I possibly shadow or contribute to my mentoring?

I have found a mentor that is a professor and a social worker with her own practice. When we first met we discussed things I could do, such as research and just asking questions in general, one of her suggestions was to shadow, but we were both concerned about the ethical dilemmas that would form as I am a highschool student although I do dual psychology classes at college which technically made me a college student. Many college students shadow professionals in the mental health field because they are studying that field, would this make it more acceptable if I were to shadow my mentor while obviously following HIPAA laws, ethical concerns, and getting the patients okay.

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What classes should I take for dual enrollment in high school?

Hi! I'm currently a Sophmore in high school and I am enrolling in dual enrollment over the summer. However, I do not know what classes I should take. I want to be an endocrinologist and study at the University of Georgia. I have all A's in school. I was wondering, what classes should I take for dual enrollment?

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What duall enrollment should I take and how many?

I am looking to enroll in dual enrollment this summer I am a high school Sophomore currently. I have all A's and want to know what classes are best to take over the summer and how many I should take I can take up to 4. But I don't want to take more then one next fall because I've heard that Junior year is hard. Is that true? When I graduate i want to become a Marine Biologist but I want to save those science courses for after high school. So what do you recommend?

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What should I work towards getting an Associates in if I am interested in becoming a clinical psychologist?

I am currently a Sophomore in high school and I am applying to do Dual-Enrollment online during my Junior and Senior year with a community college called Forsyth Tech. In order to apply I have to choose a pathway with certain classes and that is where I'm struggling. I'm given the choice between an Associates in Science, Applied science, or Arts. There isn't fully a pathway I could take to get an Associates in just Psychology.

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What types of social work is there In high school vocational school, the ECE program is somewhat interesting and I was wondering how does it work with teachers? What are some good dual majors? What about dual admissions as in your degree is accepted in more than one country? For someone on a IEP is there any good programs to help in college? Is there any programs like TRIO? I don’t have a lot of money and have some health issues is there any type of way to actually help me with that? Last question, how can get some extra help in college that can make up from the enabling from mostly my teachers and to get work on time to get actual extra help? ?

What types of social work is there? In high school vocational school, the ECE program is somewhat interesting and I was wondering how does it work with teachers? What are some good dual majors? What about dual admissions as in your degree is accepted in more than one country? For someone on a IEP is there any good programs to help in college? Is there any programs like TRIO? I don’t have a lot of money and have some health issues is there any type of way to actually help me with that? Last question, how can get some extra help in college that can make up from the enabling from mostly my teachers and to get work on time to get actual extra help?

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Should I take a gap year ?

Should I take a gap year if so why or why not? I will graduate with two years college credit due to dual enrollment and I know that it will be difficult or tiring so by no means would I be behind because I’d be two years ahead

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How can dual enrollment help or hurt my college application/experience?

I'm taking dual enrollment classes next year, and plan to throughout high school. These college credits, however, only transfer to state colleges, and a couple others. I also plan on taking some AP classes in later years as well. I plan on both applying to colleges like MIT and state colleges. Would this benefit my future and myself?

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What classes should I take when I do Dual Enrollment?

For my next school year, I plan on pursuing Dual enrollment and was wondering what classes I should take. The courses that I thought would be good for my future career (Cardiologist) Health Care providers/assistance, Health information management, Health Leisure physical education, Health services administration, Health sciences, anatomy and physiology, human nutrition, Nursing-Generic-undergraduates, and surgical technology studies. I was wondering what would be the absolute best classes for me to take. And as far as math and chemistry go would I need to take those classes again? Please help.

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What dual enrollment and AP courses are beneficial to a career in speech pathology/therapy?

I am going to start dual enrollment courses next year and want to know what classes are best for an aspiring SLP. I am looking to have the least time in college possible.

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Michelle436 views

Is it better or easier to do dual-credit than dual-enrollment, and what are the benefits of these programs??

I'm asking as a 10th grade bond student from Chicago, Illinois interested in these programs. My counselor suggested I take classes at community colleges next summer instead of next school year, however I'm not sure which to do or if I should choose both. Thanks!

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Erica1920 views

Is it advisable to take dual enrollment while I enter the senior year of high school?

My school doesn't offer many AP classes, and I'm trying to challenge myself academically. Is it advisable for me to take community college classes during my senior year, and how will it affect my college applications?

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Morgan694 views

If I take dual credit classes in high school, am I getting my basics done ahead of time?

I have always been told that if I take dual credit classes I’ll have enough hours to be a junior by my second semester. I was wondering if this was true or not. #ctc #career-and-technical-school #gen-eds #college #dual-credit #dual-enrollment #course-selection #academic-advising

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Charlye768 views

How can I be successful in college and live up to my potential?

I'm asking because I recently began dual enrollment. I am trying to be successful in both high school and my college night classes. I am struggling and could use some tips on how to better my time management and success skills. #studying-tips #success #college #dual-enrollment #academic-advising

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