Not sure if this is the right board but oh well.
I found my calling in life; I want to be a funeral director but I live in northern Colorado and the school is in Denver which would be a hundred mile round trip everyday. I've made a mistake and gotten an anthropology degree at first but NOW I know what I want to do.
How can a person like me get my foot in the door when I don't have a mortuary science degree? I really want to do this :(
Rent a room outside Denver for $300 a month and work weekends to cover rent. My art history III professor flew from Utah to Los Angeles every week just to teach three classes. Get your shit together.
It's something no one wants to do and I feel I can do a great service to families. I also think it would be a high honor to transition the soul to the afterlife with a proper burial. I'm totally fine with doing body restoration and want to help with the grievance process. Weird I know but it just makes sense to me.
Yep you all congregate together there and form a big smelly freak show
Get more info man. Honestly, if you have a reliable car it wouldn't be so bad making the trip down to Denver a few times a week. Just pack lunches since you'll probably be there all day
IMO, moving Greeley to Denver wouldn't be great. Living in a cheap place in Denver means you'll probably have a shit drive anyways.
FoCo fag btw