Christopher Lee
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STEM career in T

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Jul 1, 2014. 7 Replies

I am interested in possibly pursuing a career in technology; I am interested in setting up networks and providing security in the networks. (Think of the ATT commercials of the guys setting up the…Continue

Providing for your wife with out college education

Started this discussion. Last reply by StaggerLee Oct 23, 2013. 51 Replies

Married men,What did you do to provide for your household if you were with out a college degree?  There is a story, but with all due respect it will remain hidden.:)Continue

Married, work, faith....

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher Lee Jun 26, 2013. 20 Replies

Long story short;Getting married in less then four weeks; One year away from an Applied Science degree in human services, stuck in a child care providers jobs. (Been employed there since…Continue

Moving to Texas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Wisbrock Feb 7, 2013. 20 Replies

Men, i am considering a move from NC to Texas. I have questions as google is really not a lot of help.I do not know what area of Texas to look into but maybe you could tell me.Where: Within three…Continue

 

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David F. replied to Christopher Lee's discussion STEM career in T
"In a word No.  That will not be enough to do network security. My suggestion is that you look into colleges that have computer security programs.  I know that Mississippi State University is a recruiting school for the NSA and other…"
Jul 1, 2014
Penelope replied to Christopher Lee's discussion STEM career in T
"http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_table_102.htm I'm sure if you poke around on there, you'll get hints as to the requirements for those fast-growing computer jobs.  You can also punch the job titles into google or an online recruiter to get…"
Jun 30, 2014
Native Son replied to Christopher Lee's discussion STEM career in T
"According to the US Department of Education, schools that recently went bankrupt relied on students being able to pay tuition with financial aid received under "Title IV."  Which is, you guessed it...federally guaranteed student…"
Jun 29, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Christopher Lee's discussion STEM career in T
"It's not even Federal Loan money, those loans are strictly for certified colleges and universities."
Jun 29, 2014
David replied to Christopher Lee's discussion STEM career in T
Jun 28, 2014
Native Son replied to Christopher Lee's discussion STEM career in T
"Please note that a number of "Technical Schools" recently went out of business...it having developed that their real business was obtaining federal loan money from students.   Your best bet is to investigate the cyber security segment…"
Jun 28, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Christopher Lee's discussion STEM career in T
""What are the career outlooks for Network "employees"?" Google is a wonderful thing. As for the other part lots of colleges offer courses in technology, look into it at your local school.  There are also other…"
Jun 28, 2014
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STEM career in T

I am interested in possibly pursuing a career in technology; I am interested in setting up networks and providing security in the networks. (Think of the ATT commercials of the guys setting up the networks)What I need to know is this;Can I go to the community college earn a networking degree and not have to worry about going off to another school? I will have a A.S. in Human Service work this July. (Wish I went with computers instead many years ago)This matters because while I have financial…See More
Jun 28, 2014
Christopher Lee replied to Cecil's discussion The Mask You Live In - Don't tell boy to man up! (Says video)
"I work in early childhood education; this issue of masculinity starts at pre-school. I would in my own observation say age three, possibly two. By age three and four children are learning there identity and by age 5 to 6 when they are in public…"
May 1, 2014
StaggerLee replied to Christopher Lee's discussion Providing for your wife with out college education
"Yes, non-exempt, multiple jobs. My father in law worked two jobs during the week and worked "off the books" on weekends landscaping. Though probably less acceptable now, I used to work shifts for friends on their time card. The foreman was…"
Oct 23, 2013
StaggerLee replied to Christopher Lee's discussion Providing for your wife with out college education
"Responsible heads of houses need only keep food on the table, rooves (I don't care if that is archaic usage of grammar, I will always say rooves) over the heads, and keep the lights, hope and love on. If your have a religious belief, you pass…"
Oct 23, 2013
Rory Average replied to Christopher Lee's discussion Providing for your wife with out college education
"My 3month course cost around $3500, got me all the certs necessary, and put me to work within 2 weeks."
Oct 23, 2013
Penelope replied to Christopher Lee's discussion Providing for your wife with out college education
"+1 I recently got my grandfather, who served in the Navy during WW2, went to college on the GI bill, and was a company man for 40 years (so, typical "greatest generation" story), to admit the same. I'm trying to figure out what…"
Oct 23, 2013
StaggerLee replied to Christopher Lee's discussion Providing for your wife with out college education
"Providing for the family is not what it used to be. I recall a conversation I had with my dad several years ago. I asked how he and mom were able to do so well where my wife and I, while not hurting, definitely are not making the same financial…"
Oct 23, 2013
StaggerLee replied to Christopher Lee's discussion Providing for your wife with out college education
"A neighbor came home from the Navy as a welder making more money than I'll ever see. My brother is a fleet mechanic at a local university making more than his degreed wife. I keep hearing that his nation is hurting for truly skilled tradesmen.…"
Oct 23, 2013
Penelope replied to Christopher Lee's discussion Providing for your wife with out college education
"Can you give me an example for how that works in the workplace? It's hard to be an exempt employee without a college degree. It's hard to be paid all that overtime if you're a non-exempt employee. Or you're talking about 2,…"
Oct 23, 2013

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If sinners be damned, at least let them leap to Hell over our dead bodies. And if they perish, let them perish with our arms wrapped about their knees, imploring them to stay. If Hell must be filled, let it be filled in the teeth of our exertions, and let not one go unwarned and unprayed for.”
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My name is Chris, age 24.

I am Christian man who is set to be married on June 29th 2013. I am a student and work part time.

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