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O.k. so my girlfriend is reaching an impass with her family. They are saying either join the military or get out. Now finding a place to live isn't an issue. She could move in with me or her brother either one is fine. The problem is, her parents have never let her have a job, prepare in any way for college (ACT or SAT) or helped her understand any of the basics when it comes to fending for yourself. She is smart, but she has been restricted from a lot of information that is essential to getting away from the nest. I know my way around the college system and I have (thank God) a steady job. But even with what I know, I am sorely lacking in experience with this level ill preparedness. 1.) she obviously needs a job, once she has a job she can save money, and take classes part time 2.) she needs to pick a college and start talking to advisors on what grant or scholarship options are available to her. My folks went out of their way to show me how to do all of this, but it has been a few years, and of course a few things have changed. Not to mention my parents helped me when I didn't know the right questions to ask. I want to help her through this. Not for my sake but for hers. She's been held back and I want to be someone to show her what the options are. Can anyone out there (possibly someone who has been through a scenario like hers) give me some pointers? I want to be able to support her, but I do not want to become an enabler, I do want her to figure this out and realize she is capable of standing on her own two feet. Even if I am not around. Thanks in advance -- JF
Hello Jera, Your girlfriend has bad parents. How old is your girlfriend? All she has to do is move in with you or her brother and enroll in your local community college. She just takes student loans like everybody else. Most colleges have a student work program. Also there is usually a big student job board posted with part time jobs that most college students take and pass on to others when they leave. My son worked at college part time collecting aluminum pop cans from the dorms for recycling. Another time, he was taking student Maine photos. Another semester he was registering cars for parking places and assigning decals. All small jobs that only require a few hours a week. My son went through 4 years of college on student loans. We paid them all back over a 10 year period after he graduated. She can always deliver Pizzas for Dominos! If her parents are jerks then you and her brother take care of her. Best wishes. Larry Smith SMSgt, USAF (Ret.)
Apply online for Wireless Advocates its in Costco's, if you're near one. I heard allot of stories of people working their while paying for college. Plus, with whichever job she may find, as a full timer she will qualify for tuition. Best Buy is also good with their tuition help for full time employees.