Alicia Krout never intended to start a new career by taking the Real Estate Broker Pre-licensing class at Richmond Community College. She was only trying to be more knowledgeable about real estate because two of her sons were in the process of selling and purchasing new homes.
My path to Richmond Community College has been interesting and the timing could not have been better. I am a Florida State graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Criminology; not knowing exactly what to do with my degree I moved home from school and went to work for my uncle in the electrical busin
I moved to Richmond County about 3 years ago. I had been working the NC Army National Guard full-time. For the first year I stayed at home with my 4 year old daughter. Once she started school, I decided to go back to school myself. I originally went to Richmond Community College to get Substi
Growing up I struggled through school, so initially I decided against college. At first it was fine, but after this past recession I realized without furthering my education I would not be able to provide a decent living for my family.
This is my fifth semester at Richmond Community College. When I first came here, my future felt uncertain. I was reluctant to return to a classroom setting after being homeschooled and self-taught for more than five years.
Not having taken classes for the past 15 years made going back to school very scary for Kimberly Sheppard. Entering Richmond Community College at the age of thirty-three was a decision that would change Sheppard's life and also her perspective on life itself. The reason for the delay in getting