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Nothing Can Stop Me

Matthew GoldsteinDear Future Hunter Graduates,

Before Hunter, I was a mess. I had no set schedule, no direction, no ambition, and I was steeped in depression. My family had stopped asking me what I was doing or where I was going. I stopped asking myself.

One day my mother was looking into Hunter for herself, but she was unsure. It had been too long in her mind since she was last in school, and she was afraid. So I told her, “If you go, I’ll go.” I said that I’d get off my asterisk and do something with my life if she did something with hers. A few months later, she was taking classes, and so was I.

Hunter Business School is a wonderful place. The staff is friendly, and the teachers are helpful, but I felt like I didn’t belong. I’ve been struggling with depression for years and coming to school here was just a whim.

Then something clicked. Something within me changed after coming to Hunter. And while I still feel that depression, I’m doing well. I’m happy. I love this field [Computer Technician Networking Specialist], and I’m looking forward again.

I’m in the CTNS program at Hunter, and I’m almost done. I’m at the top of my class. I can’t wait to get out into the field and move forward. I plan on taking the A+ exam and eventually work my way up the Cisco line.

Hunter Business School is helping me pursue my dream, and they’ll help you too. Just get off your asterisk and sign up.

Your future boss,