24. Community Colleges (1)

The American community college system is a place second chances. Community colleges are two-year schools that in California after the end of World War . Many American military personnel were returning to civilian after their service to the country. Some of young people decided not to go to college high school so that they could serve their during that time of need. When they returned, of them turned to the community college system California to continue their education.

The United States introduced the G.I. Bill at that time giving servicemen and women educational benefits to help them back to school. Soon community colleges and new districts began appearing throughout the country. Community colleges ease returning military personnel back into college life. was a low cost, less stressful alternative to back to a four-year university.

Today, community colleges students from all parts of the world. In , a large population of students comes from Asia Latin America. These schools provide a second chance international students who may have experienced difficulties attending in their native countries. American students who may not done well academically in high school, and not enter a university, can turn to community for a second chance, too.

Community colleges provide much-needed resource for all these students. Former military , international students, and high school students alike, are welcome. One of the best things about community is that they accept anyone at anytime. This people who have not found what they want do in life can try more than one of study. If they don't like one course study, they can always try something else. That the beauty of community colleges.