College recording scandal has put you down? If you've lost a place at an elite university because Lori Loughlin bribed someone, then you have a reason to be angry – but you have no reason to worry about students clever enough to apply for world-class schools just as successful as children who actually visit them. In other words, people decide if they are successful or not.
In addition, the subsequent feeling of happiness – including factors such as feeling of engagement, purpose and financial well-being – does not at all depend on the person's alma mater, whether the participants are in a 100 or bottom 100 school. Things from college that correlated with success: Learn something you love and find teachers to support and motivate you.
Allow us, therefore, to support and motivate you, following this scandal surrounding the admission of universities, to celebrate the following successful men who have begun their careers in the drum roll community. Cheers to debash-free.
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Chabot College (Hayward, CA)
Forrest Gump also received training thanks to a bribe: he was allowed to attend his primary school, after his mother slept with the director. The actor who played him, however, worked his own way up and started at Chabot College before moving to the California State University BFA program in Sacramento. He won two Academy Awards, four Golden Globes and eight Emmys. Now he is the fourth highest grossing star in history and has a fortune of about $ 400 million.
Ross Perot, Sr.
Texarkana College (Texarkana, TX)  When Perot was a young Texan, he received his Eagle Scout Award just 13 months after joining the Boy Scouts. As a young starter in sales at IBM, Perot filled its annual quota in just two weeks. Later, he founded his own company, Electronica Data Systems, and then sold the controlling shares in General Motors for $ 2.4 billion. Four years later, he founded another company, Perot Systems Corporation, which he eventually sold to Dell for $ 3.9 billion. And in the presidential election race in 1992, he was after the vote since Teddy Roosevelt, the most successful candidate of a third party. Everyone has to start somewhere.
Los Angeles City College (Los Angeles, CA)
Although the historically black college of Jackson State University offered a partial scholarship to the drama Freeman declined. Instead, he joined the Air Force. Four years later, he moved to LA where he studied acting classes at Los Angeles City College and worked as a clerk there. He then twice played the voice of God.
Dixie Junior College
As a Star Basketball Player At Dixie Junior College, Archibald of Weber State University, also in Utah, recruited where he was named Academic All American and Scholar Athlete of the Year. In 1986, at the age of 42, he became the youngest CEO of a Fortune 500 company. The former CEO, President and CEO of Black & Decker Corporation (and the current CEO of Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.) certainly knows that one thing leads to another: He has eight children and 28 grandchildren.
Modesto Junior College (Modesto, California)
Before he was worth $ 5.6 billion; before he made Star Wars, then the film with the highest grossing records of all time; Before he incubated Pixar or sold his company Lucasfilm to Disney or was included in the Science Fiction Hall of Fame or was awarded by President Barack Obama with the National Medal of Arts, the filmmaker George Lucas attended the Modesto Junior College. He made a life for himself.
Santa Monica College (Santa Monica, California)
If you are still shocked that a California governor with two terms not only used to be an actor, but also a bodybuilder then add this to your miracle. Arnold Schwarzenegger attended a junior college – and then earned his bachelor's degree at a distance school. That was after he won Mr. Universe in 1967 and at 20 became the youngest person ever to do so. It was also after his first Mr. Olympia title, with which he could eventually win seven times. Really, he was born to deliver the line: "I'll be back."
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