When I went to college, I was paying a few hundred dollars a year, and that covered tuition, and books! I was able to pay my way through school with the jobs I had on the side, and never had to take a loan to make ends meet. That just can’t be done...
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On February 6, 2016, more than 15,000 people attended the annual Black College Expo held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Everyone we spoke to had come to find out more about the opportunities available to students entering college. It was exciting to see engaged, energized young people and their parents exploring the wide variety...Read more
I spent the early part of my professional life working for someone else. It didn’t suit me. What it meant was that eight to twelve hours of my day belonged to someone else. Even with weekends and vacations, about a third of my life was donated to my boss. Now, I see the reasons that some...Read more
I’m a vet, and I knew from the moment of my discharge that there was nothing I wanted more than to be my own boss. The navy was good for me. It toughened me up, and taught me that I had more reserve of self-discipline than I had known. Still, by the time I was...Read more