We came, we saw and we conquered!


Yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss! De zemester izz overrr! De summer izz here! Lol!

Good job guys! You were able to survive all the hustle and bustle of the semester. We have all worked hard throughout the semester..the papers..the sleepless nights..its time to take a break. If you didn’t like how your grades came out, then prepare to work harder next semester.

A quick reflection…I had a home – school – work – home routine for my first 3 semesters in CCBC. I didn’t think I needed to do anything other than academics in school.

However with the persuasion of a friend (Edward), I decided to get involved in my fourth semester (wished I didn’t wait that long). I became a member of the Cyber club, Honors Program, Phi Theta Kappa and the Multicultural Students Association (MCSA) in which I served as Secretary.  I also became a Student Ambassador and a blogger for CCBC. It has been a great journey so far and I am thankful for the people I met during this fun-filled journey. I want to thank google for being there for me when no one was!

Next step – I would be transferring to UMBC fall 2014 to complete my Bachelors degree in Computer Science with a minor in Cyber Security.

As summer break begins, have you thought about what you’re gonna do for the summer? Apart from that trip or that summer class, what else? I am gonna be learning some new computer programming languages (***Nerd alert***).

I’ld advise you make a list of the things you want to get accomplished this summer. This makes you more goal-oriented. Trust me if you don’t do this, you’re going to feel like you wasted the summer…you probably did anyways lol. But really…do you wanna improve your maths skills because you’ld be taking math next semester? Do you want to improve yourself in a particular area? Because the truth is that improvement is a huge element of life. While some people are playing their heads off all summer, some smart ones would be getting themselves more equipped, making themselves more attractive to the job market and people in general.

If you do not place value on yourself, nobody would. Be the best you can be and people would celebrate you. – Eke

Shalom!

2 Responses

  1. Matt Says:

    I’ld surely get involved next semester!

  2. Cindy Says:

    Congrats Eke!

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