As a little girl, I’ve always dreamt of working with politics. In my context, however, it was an naive idea – My family always invested in the health market, and every attempt at a political career was a complete disaster. My ambition thus spoke harder, so I decided to aim
for an international future, which inevitably ended in diplomacy.
Since the early beginning, I knew that, in Brazil, this professional field was limited; therefore, studying abroad immediately caught my attention. At the end of the day, it’s an incredible opportunity, in which fears of failure are almost minimum because of the enormity
of the United States job market and its worldwide dimension.
This idea, however, remained this way – as a thought, a mere aspiration. After all, I was a child planning to live in another country. Nevertheless, a friend of mine, Luna, mentioned an extracurricular course at our school, run by Centric Learning. I had always considered her an older sister; hence, I did not hesitate to join it.
On my first day, I was a complete unknown to everybody, and they were also a mystery to me. Everything beyond Luna’s comments was, in fact, frightening. Despite my naive path, I had a teacher’s assistant called Mrs. Patricia, who helped me all the way through – I didn’t
even know how to use my computer correctly!
All things considered, my experience turned out to be a spectacular investment. In essence, ambition is nothing without actual actions, and Centric Learning gave me the opportunity of pursuing my path. To conclude, I would not have my prospect if it wasn’t for this course, which is genuinely a mechanism for a widely variable future.Carolina Sisnando