College courses are definitely different from high school classes. Depending on the person, they can be ten times more challenging or they can be manageable. Regardless, they are more demanding. By this I mean that it takes a lot of effort to make things work. In high school, I was a student who earned mostly A’s […]
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PUSD Ed Center Room 236
VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) was founded in 1965 as a national service program to fight poverty in America. In 1993, VISTA was incorporated into the AmeriCorps network of programs. CAP currently seeks one Program Expansion VISTA to join our amazing team. VISTA members serve our community through a year of national community service are essential to building our capacity to reach […]
I almost failed chemistry first semester. Going to college with no chemistry background hurt me more than I anticipated. Most of the people in the class passed AP Chemistry with 5s and there I was with no concept of molecular orbitals or stoichiometry. I quickly realized after the first midterm that I needed to find […]