“You are never going to find the right time.”
This one idea changed Rebeca Ambriz Olivera’s thoughts on pursuing a master’s in teaching.
“If you want to go back to school, just do it,” her mentor told her. “Apply, and you can just take one class each semester, but you’re going to have to do it.”
Ambriz Olivera had been stuck in a pattern of “maybe next year” since completing her bachelor’s degree in 2011 in her late 20s — and with good reason.