Came from the city of golden friendship, Cagayan de Oro,Philippines. I'm the youngest of four siblings and a proud daughter of Alfredo and Nilda Noble-Marcera. When I was a child, I've always dreamed of becoming a successful career woman.
In 2006, I went to College at Silliman University, Philippines and studied nursing for 2 years. Unfortunately, I didn't finish my 4 year course in that institution because I came here in the United States on 2009 and stayed with my mom. I was unemployed and out of school for quite a long time.
Silliman Hall, Image Credits: iStorya.net
There was this time when I was at the number 7 station subway, that I saw some of the ads of LaGuardia Community College saying how this institution can change every person's life. From then on I decided to apply in CUNY so I could enroll at La Guardia Community College. I waited for a year and half until I received the welcome letter from this institution. I was so grateful and excited because La Guardia Community College gave me the chance to change my life and gave me the motivation to reach my dreams.
I was planning to continue my studies in Nursing but I realized that most of the members of my family have a degree in Nursing, so I changed my career goals and decided to be in the Business management field, which was my interest back when I was younger. I believe that this can be the next step to become successful and not only that; I could also be part of helping and improving the country's economy in my own simple ways. My goal is to graduate with flying colors in my major and study to a higher level of education related to my field. I trust LaGuardia Community College to help me become a successful career woman.