nah, i originally hopped on board as a seasonal hiree (like my last job), and I expected them to ask me to stay because the higher ups really seemed to like me. but unlike my last job, it wasn't about how much they liked you, it was about what your sales were. i was a cashier and to be honest, i was way more invested in talking to people at the register rather than making them buy into our promotional deals. so they decided not to keep me.
my parents are actually in my debt, which is a little odd. they owe me around $500, so i guess technically i won't be paying for my own education sort of.
not too much, to be honest. my first semester i took mostly general education courses so i had two writing courses, a course on human development, and a polisci course that i never attended. the human development course taught me a little bit about psychology here and there, but it was largely sociology and biology based. my more advanced writing course was creative nonfiction and it taught me a lot about what it takes to convey yourself. in essence, it was sort of a communications course.