This doesn’t sound easy as you will have to devout your time both working and studying. Most private universities open opportunities to poor but deserving students who exhibit the strong desire to get a degree. Luckily, most office work for school aides are fitted for women!
If you graduated from a public high school, you will find plenty of this opportunity in almost all colleges provided that you prove you excelled in your high school classes. For those from the city, this may include being in the top 20 percent of your graduating class, and being on the top 10 list for those who graduated from the rural areas. If you have the track record to back you, why feel afraid?
An increasing number of poor students decide to work part time in fast foods to pay for their tuition fees. Some even had harder part time jobs working as a company drivers or messengers. With about five hours of work daily, coupled with strict budgeting, many succeeded in graduating from college and find better jobs. An employment record will be of great help when you are ready to apply to bigger companies, so it’s good not to wait until graduation to start working.
I enjoyed both academic and editorial scholarships back in college. It was never easy, but has paved way to becoming a junior reporter after graduation. How about you? How did you pay your way through college?