French is a chance

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When i was a child, i used to live in East Africa. One time in my life, i saw a French textbook from a relative and i liked it. I went to private schools in East Africa. When i came to Toronto, Ontario, I went to a French school, Etienne-Brule in North York. I really wanted to learn French at University, but i went to Ryerson to learn Science. I got there my BS, but i did not get a job with it. I went to Seneca College to learn Nursing. I was an excellent student. However, i met a bad teacher with a black agent while i was doing my last course of PND. His name was Jay Sahar. He was Jewish. I also met an evil nurse at Sunnybrook while i was doing my nursing practice there. Her name was Ha. She was rude and mean Filipino. There were also other bad nursing teachers (Laura,...) there. Because of them, i decided to leave Nursing. I took a pause to think what else i have to do to get a job. I went back to Ryerson and i got from there my OHS Certificate. I started to do volunteer French teaching. Lots of my students and staff told me that i am good at teaching. I went to Ryerson for the third time to do French Proficiency Certificate. Next month, i will get my French Teaching Certificate. Since i start teaching/tutoring French as a Second Language, i feel happy and i do not have a pressure that i felt while i was a nursing student at Seneca. I hope this new field of French teaching/tutoring works for me for ever. 



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    Education and how to get a great job are big challenges, but do not give up until you get what you deserved. God is always there for a great person.

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