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Well, Mr. Cox got in touch with the Alstons and invited them to the Coxes house for a big dinner. The Alstons accepted. Cox made his delicious roast beef. The Alstons were very nice at dinner with the Coxes. Bud even spoke nicely to Annabelle. He smiled and said, Bud: You okay, Annabelle? I was just kidding around. I was so stupid.
I promise. Alston: Of course he is, Owen. Cox: Thanks, Drake. Bud was still acting nice. Annabelle was beginning to believe he was reforming. Finally the Alstons said goodbye to the Coxes. Alston: This was great.
We must get together again someday. Cox: Anytime, Mildred, anytime. Cox closed the door behind the Alstons. Cox: What a nice family. Outside the Alstons snickered as they got into their car. Dad might punish me. Alston: Punish you? For what? The Alstons laughed as Mr. Alston drove the car away from the Coxes house. The next day at school, Bud found Annabelle on the playground and pushed her on the ground.
Annabelle stared shockingly at Bud as she slowly stood up. Annabelle: You promised! What if your dad finds out?
Bud: Ha! Got it?
Fearfully Annabelle nodded her head. That afternoon, Annabelle pretended to be happy when she came home from school. When Mr. Bud is a changed kid. Annabelle went into her room, threw herself down on her bed and threw her pillow across the room.
Annabelle: Ooooo! I hate Bud Alston! One day I hope somebody comes along and teaches him a lesson! Worth, put her arm on the shoulder of a new student to her class. The little girl looked mysterious. She was dressed in a black blouse and black pants. Her sneakers were black as well. Worth: Class? Say hello to Miss Grimona Black. Grimona smiled at the boys and girls. Grimona: Hello, everyone. Nice to meet you all. Grimona sat next to Annabelle. She tapped Grimona and asked, Annabelle: Why are you wearing so much black?
Grimona: Because black is my favorite color. Grimona was so friendly that Annabelle had no trouble making a new friend. She and Grimona sat together in the cafeteria at lunch. This shocked Grimona. Bud said, Bud: I just love doing that!
And then he strolled away. Grimona helped Annabelle clean her face. Grimona: That was so mean. Who is he? Annabelle: Bud Alston! He threatened to beat me up if I told on him.
I wish I could kick his butt! Grimona: Hmm. Come to my house after school.
I know how we can take care of him. They too were all dressed in black.
They looked pale and creepy, like a couple of zombies. But they were as friendly as Grimona. Black held out a plate of cookies with spider webs and spiders were crawling all over them. Black: Have a cookie, Annabelle. Furthermore, some of the PLC colleges are embracing the apprenticeship model.
There are a wide range of PLCs available - covering areas such as animation, computer science, childcare and tourism. Should you be considering a PLC as a route to a job offer, choose an area where there are likely to be job opportunities. Straight to work? Another alternative to college is simply to go to work straight after leaving school. Your career opportunities are likely to be limited if you take this approach though. Some careers are more suited to on-the-job training than others - but having an apprenticeship or qualification under your belt should always stand to you.
Private colleges and traineeships Private college Getting enough CAO points for a course in some of the bigger colleges can be a struggle - last year for example, many of the degree courses in UCD and TCD required over points. Private colleges - also known as independent colleges - are often an option for Leaving Cert students who don't get enough points to study their preferred course in the bigger colleges and universities.
The free-fee arrangements in place for undergraduate courses in universities and institutes of technology don't apply to private colleges however. A private college could even work out cheaper - if its location allows the student to continue to live at home and thereby save on rent. You can often apply directly to a private college for certain courses rather than go through the CAO system. Some private colleges also have schemes in places for those who want to earn while they study.
Griffith College for example has an 'earn and learn' initiative - which gives school-leavers the opportunity to work full-time with a partner company of the college's, earn a wage and study part-time at Griffith College to earn their degree.