College Alternatives Should Be Given the Spotlight

During the second semester of my freshman year of college, I seriously considered dropping out. I even applied for an alternative career-building apprenticeship program called Praxis. I had nearly a 4.0, but the classes I earned the grades in just felt so impractical. I wanted to feel like I was actually doing something, creating things and laying down a foundation for a career. Instead, I felt…

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