College Student

I am a daughter of two hard working parents who work in seasonal farm labor under the hot summer's sun. Like them, I work hard in the fields to try to make my own money and stop asking my parents for theirs. Since I do come from a nine member family, it is often difficult for my mom and dad to keep giving me money I need. As part of my college experience, I am apart of Educational Opportunity Program. A program serving low-income students who show potential to earn a higher education. I believe I am a good investment because of my dedication to reach my educational goals, through all the highs and all the lows. When the semester has begun in college, I attend class lectures to learn new things in the Criminal Justice field. I spend most of my time in the library, trying to stay on top of my readings or to complete group projects. I must admit as a Criminal Justice Major at Sacramento State, I have occupied my time with volunteering or finding an internship in that field as well. As my Spring Semester (2018) begins, I can already see what I will be doing. Most of my classes are Criminal Justice related such as Corrections, Policing, Gangs and Threats. Volunteering, interviewing professionals, and observing criminal cases in courts is what I am excited about. I can't wait to experience such amazing opportunities. During summers, I work with my parents in the fields saving up some cash for my educational expenses during the semester. This is a great help for my parents not only because I am not asking them for money, but also because in a way I work to purchase my textbooks and other related expenses. At home, I have four younger siblings that look up to me as a role model. As of now, I am can say I am satisfied for what I have accomplished. I am slowly paving a smooth road for them to continue their educational path in the near future. Although I am often placed under stress with college, I am determined to finish my college education at Sacramento Sates earning a Bachelors in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology. I have learned to accept failure and mistakes because they are just windows of learning from my mistakes. I thank you in advance for your contribution when purchasing my shares. It is rewarding to know others see potential in my education. Again, thank you.

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My Investors

RFDF Investors Fund
August 1, 2016

30

Elaine B.
August 23, 2016

20.6

RFDF Investors Fund
August 23, 2016

20.6

Susan S.
August 23, 2016

53.6

RFDF Investors Fund
August 23, 2016

53.6

Martin Curiel, CFA
August 23, 2016

35.4

RFDF Investors Fund
August 23, 2016

35.41

Patty G.
August 24, 2016

62.5

RFDF Investors Fund
August 24, 2016

62.5

G. Corona
August 25, 2016

54.96

RFDF Investors Fund
August 25, 2016

54.96

Michel S.
August 27, 2016

89.04

RFDF Investors Fund
August 29, 2016

23

RFDF Investors Fund
September 22, 2016

5.59

RFDF Investors Fund
October 3, 2016

6.41

Anonymous
October 23, 2016

147.61

RFDF Investors Fund
January 24, 2018

122.92

RFDF Investors Fund
November 3, 2018

263.06


My Tasks

Task Name
Tier
Status
Value
Understand how checking accounts work 2 Approved - Not Paid $263.06
A basic introduction to the concept of inflation and how it affects cost of living. 1 Approved - Paid $122.92
Take a short course on planning for retirement 1 Approved - Paid $147.61
Visit financial website Investopedia.com to understand how mutual funds work 1 In Progress $20.6
Watch Khan Academy Video on the basics of the U.S. tax system 1 Approved - Paid $6.41
Visit financial website Investopedia.com to understand how mutual funds work 1 In Progress $5.59
Take a short-course on the basics of credit cards 1 Approved - Paid $30