Going to Law School
Going to Law School
Hello Dr. Hawk,
This is Kristina Beske, 2015 graduate! I am sending you my unofficial transcript for the drawings. I also wanted to say hi, and update you on what I’m currently doing. Since graduation, I am finishing up my junior year at UNLV. My major is Philosophy with a concentration in Law and Justice, I am also a part of the Honors College for their degree research program. This means that my senior year, next year, I will be doing undergraduate research with the help of some professors to complete a thesis. I have received some scholarships this year which have made my tuition very affordable, and next year in addition to my renewable scholarships, I have received a large grant. I am achieving my goal of paying for my own education without any help from loans or my parents. As you know, I am a substitute teacher for CCSD, where I subbed for your daughter’s class at Mannion. I love my job, the flexibility is amazing. My overall goal is still to go to law school, and this May I am taking a Kaplan LSAT prep course, before I take the exam in June. After that I will have summer school, and then finally a break! I have had several students of NSHS contact me to find out more information about how I graduated with the Associates Degree. I would love to speak to the students some time about that, if you think that is something that they would be interested in hearing.
I just think that if others could have had a better understanding of how beneficial it is to do that, and how possible it is to achieve, others may be inspired to do so. I certainly know that Melissa P. (also a 2015 graduate) was 6 credits away, and had wished she had been keeping track of that all along, because she then had to take summer classes at CSN before leaving to college in Florida. Anyway, I would love to come say hi some time soon, but this will have to do for now.
Please tell Dr. Hawk I said hello, and to both of you thank you so much for the opportunity you have provided me with I couldn’t be more grateful.
Class of 2015