What Should I Take?

Take a College program that is vocational and will get you a high paying in-demand job once you finish. Make sure there are jobs available in your area of interest.  

Take what you love….but also what will pay you in the end.

Be an engineer, a chemist, a physicist, a doctor, a lawyer, a nurse, a pharmacist, a dentist, a teacher etc. Reach and you can achieve. Anything worth doing is difficult. Just start, work hard and you will finish. You’ll never know how far you can go until you try. Be what you can be and have no regrets. Getting a College education is costly, but it is more costly not to attend. Holding the degree in your hands when you finish is priceless and the money you earn with a college degree is generally substantial.

Chris Hadfield, was raised on a farm in southern Ontario, was inspired as a child when he watched the Apollo 11 Moon landing on TV. He attended high school in Oakville and Milton and earned his glider pilot license as a member of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. He joined the Canadian Armed Forces and earned an engineering degree at Royal Military College.