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Learning a Lesson
Isaac thought he knew what he wanted to do in life, but life had a different plan for him. “By the time I graduated, I was convinced that I should (and wanted to) be a writer,” he said. “So, I went to the university and spent three semesters writing poetry before I realized that while communication may be my talent, it is not my passion.”
It was strangely math that would come calling. Isaac took many Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) courses and became a tutor in the Student Resource Center at the urging of an instructor who saw potential in Isaac. “This changed my life,” he said. “I fell in love with mathematics.”
Planning for the Future
Isaac plans to pursue a bachelor of science in mathematics degree at the University of Arkansas with a focus on Pure Mathematics. After that, he wants to obtain a teaching position at a community college or university while working toward a master’s degree.
Northark offers associate degrees, online degrees, one-year certificates, certificates of proficiency, GED classes and non-credit community education courses in more than 70 areas of study.
Friday, June 17
An AR SAVES health educator has been named as the new head of the North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education (NAPHE) program housed at North Arkansas College.
Wednesday, May 18
Enrollment for summer and fall classes is open. Register for classes today. Call 870-391-3115 to schedule an advising appointment.