Posted September 25, 2018 08:02:53 As a former member of the Canadian military, I have seen the ups and downs of military service.
I’ve also witnessed many students who were not able to attend their first year of college and then go on to become graduates of top universities.
But there is a silver lining to all of this.
I have witnessed a lot of students who I thought were doomed to a life of academic and financial failure, but who have turned out to be incredibly productive.
One student who I will call Mike decided to give up the military and pursue a career in tech.
He has a degree in computer science, and is working on his Ph.
D. right now.
Mike graduated from Mount Royal University in Prince Edward Island and earned a Master of Arts in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.
In his spare time, Mike enjoys reading and playing video games.
Mike graduated with a Master’s in Computer Security.
He enjoys taking part in his local community, helping others with their computer skills, and participating in the Canada Day celebrations.
He is a big fan of the NHL, hockey, and watching the game on TV.
Mike’s dream is to become an astronaut, but he is looking forward to the day when he can get back into the game.
I believe Mike is a smart and well-educated man who has learned to be an entrepreneur in order to support himself and his family.
Mike has done well, and I think his decision to give the military a chance to help him with his degree has had a positive impact on him and his future career.
I am very impressed by his decision.
Mike would not be where he is today without the help of the military.
I know I will never be able to fully understand Mike’s decision.
However, he made the right one, and it has certainly made a difference in his life.
I wish Mike all the best in his future endeavors.
You can find Mike on Twitter: @Mike_Lebeler, @MikeLebelman, and @MikeLevy.