five year plan-hw1.docx - My Five-Year Plan My current state Currently I am living in an Oxford house in Vancouver It is a transitional recovery house

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My Five-Year Plan My current state: Currently I am living in an Oxford house in Vancouver. It is a transitional recovery house, which is necessary for me in my current state, because I just released from prison, am a recovering drug addict, and I’m new to this area. I live with 10 other men and their children, and my $425.00 rent goes to pay for the rent payment on the house we live in, the utilities, cable, internet, coffee, laundry and cleaning supplies, as well as any groundskeeping supplies needed to keep the property in good shape. The leftover money each month goes in an Oxford specific account and is there for whatever purpose the house votes it should be used for. Currently I am supported solely by my financial aid disbursements, and student loans. This income is sufficient to cover my rent, basic necessities, clothes, food, etc. I was also awarded the Kenni Spencer scholarship while at Larch Corrections Center, so that is included in my financial aid package. The classes I’m currently taking outside of CSE 120 are Math 151, and College 101. My calculus class is on campus on the same day as my engineering class, and the intro to college class is online. This adds up to exactly 12 credit hours, which since I’m currently unemployed, is perfect for me because I have the time to do it, and a full-time schedule means I get the maximum amount of financial aid for the term. My priority for this term is calculus, only because it’s the most difficult class for me at the moment, so I devote the majority of my free time to learning and understanding the concepts and doing the ridiculous amounts of homework assigned. However, I
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