SFCC Snapshot: Alyeska Shore

“I think the biggest challenge for me was being able to make a schedule for myself. That was probably the most difficult thing. And not just for homework. I remember the week of spring break and the quarantine was already starting and feeling like I just want to lay down on the couch all week. After a week of that I was like, this is not working….What I love about school is that there’s a time when you have to be there to go to class and then you go home and do homework. Through the quarantine, I’ve learned that I’m an oral learner and an auditory learner. I’d much rather go back to school in the fall and be able to talk to the teacher in person.”
~ Alyeska Shore, The MASTERS Program, dual credit student

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