GED Graduate Highlight: Meet Jennifer
June 15, 2020
Meet our next GED graduate highlight, Jennifer. In high school, Jennifer was bullied to the point that she stopped going to class. Unfortunately, this led to her being expelled due to poor attendance. By getting her GED, Jennifer could prove to herself, her children and her mom that she could do better in life.
Achieving her GED was a tough journey. Jennifer faced cancer twice, but she kept on fighting to finish studying and pass the test. Her family and the local Family Literacy Center supported her in every way possible. Thanks to them, she felt strong and confident to get her diploma.
“Getting my GED proved that I could accomplish a lot more in life.”
Graduating gave her even more confidence to follow her dreams.
I feel ing like weak .cause the more I think.I wish and want someting.to be coming out better.and like now .I in roll in college.but their asking.for myTranscripts..I was going to school for my G.E.D. But school moved away.and then I had found it .and went 1day only cause everything.was change.so I didn’t go back.and on 2019 I took class first time college.but.my csc.drop me out .but I still want ahead.and login .intil.the last day of school but didn’t graduate.so this year 2020.I enroll.again but now their asking me for my Transcripts.that I don’t have .and it’s been so hard on me .cause .I don’t have no work.no cash from nowhere coming.in so don’t know what to do I go guess I have to let go my Dreams.thank you .for letting me share.