SMORE has many meanings.
Single Moms On the Road to Education is one of them.
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I returned to college more than once as a single mother of young children. It wasn’t easy, but the payoff was worth it. I’m here to encourage you if you are considering returning to college or a vocational school in order to be a better provider for your children. You may be surprised how much better you feel about yourself as well.
Some thoughts to review:
1. What do I most enjoy doing that could be part of a job?
2. What was I good in during my school days?
3. What do others say I am skilled in?
4. What courses of study have I looked into at area schools and colleges?
5. What online courses of study could I benefit from?
6. Who do I know that I could talk with about the possibility of returning to school?
7. What would be the advantages of gaining a certificate or degree?
8. When will I begin?Gail holds a degree from Lamar University in Speech and a Master’s from the University of Texas. She married Sam after raising three children as a single mother. She was an educator in regular and special education for eighteen years, finishing her professional career as a Braille teacher. In 2007 She founded SMORE for Women. SMORE is a nonprofit association whose goal is Single Moms, Overjoyed, Rejuvenated, & Empowered. She is a Women’s Transition Coach and her stories have been published in several Christian books and magazines.