1. ps2widow's Avatar
    Hello all...I'm a 30 year old female, married with a child. I currently work at a law firm. I am a settlement agent/title searcher. Which means when people refinance or buy a home, I search for all liens that may be against them or the property. I also get everything ready for the settlement...you know all the leg work. Well, with the economy the way it is and I am getting tired of all the clients who are a royal pain and are impossible to please...i'm tired of real estate. I can't do it emotionally or physically (2 herniated discs with disc degenration. I'm looking to go back to school for 2 years (I already have 2 yrs in) and get into the medical field. Obviously, with a family, I can not afford to stop working nor can I afford to go back to school. Could anyone offer and scholarship advice? I probably wouldn't be able to get a student loan because of our debt now. I've been researching this for awhile now and i'm getting frustrated. Any help, advice, words of encouragement is welcomed. Thank you.
    11-29-08 11:44 PM
  2. Kaylajoy21's Avatar
    Stick with it. Talk to a financial aid counselor at whichever school you want to attend. There are some really weird scholarships out there. Sometimes, they are so obscure that no one ever applies for them and they just end up sitting dormant.

    And things will work out...remember...your job is just a way to make money. Don't let ppl get to you (altho easier said than done)
    11-29-08 11:55 PM