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Serving the Community – Serving myself
Coming from Afghanistan, some changes were harder than others.
- Supporting my family
- Going to college
- Studying English
I am doing this for myself.
After raising four children – all of them university graduates – I want to do more for myself. I will be an interpreter.
- Attending college
- Becoming an interpreter
- Improving my English (always)
You are part of my life.
Becoming part of the community has been exciting and rewarding.
- Living a full life with my family
- Supporting others
Stepping Stones: The Health Occupations Center at Grossmont Adult Education
After hearing about this low-cost option to get into a medical career, an orientation on site made it clear: this is a career pathway!
- Starting the internship
- Working at a hospital
Adult Education is also learning about the world
Studying English at Grossmont Adult Education allowed me to get my GED and make friends from different countries.
- Learning English
- Going to college
Learning and teaching – Grossmont Adult Education is for all
From the Career Center to becoming a Medical Assistant Instructor at the Health Occupations Center, Grossmont Adult Education provides direction and pathways to success.
- Teach what I love to do
- Promoting all that Grossmont Adult Education has to offer
A successful career is possible in many ways but fulfillment and happiness come with education.
- Living well
- Encouraging others
Real world education – Medical Careers at the Health Occupations Center
Hands-on learning helps students to progress and gives them confidence. Teachers ensure that all of us can be successful.
- Transfer to a university
- Become a certified registered nurse
My educational journey: Health and Music
The experience is hard to describe: my education enables others who need help
- Follow my passion and continue my education
- Become a professional that combines her diverse skills to help others
The career I want – Step by Step
Studying English while also training for a profession was a step that really helped me to move forward.
- Keep studying English
- Become a medical assistant
- Continue studying in my nutritional studies