Ever since her childhood, Sherrie Windsor was known for her sharpness and intelligence toward learning new skills and actively participating in all the major events at school - showcasing her talents. However, her teachers and parents failed to understand as to why she did not perform even half as good when it came to her academic studies.
Sherrie’s only explanation to such inquiries were the fact that she is simply restless, and cannot bring herself to sit through the long sessions of memorizing her theories, definitions and chronicle dates etc. Her concentration level in the classroom also was hardly consistent.
All this led Sherrie to eventually drop out of high school and to channel her energies toward something that interests her. Due to her exceptional interpersonal skills alone, she luckily landed an internship in a reputable bank and initially impressed the managers simply by her shrewd customer dealings.
Sherrie was given all the praise and recognition for her work to the extent of winning ‘top performer’ awards on major annual events, consistently for a good four years but never the promotions she passionately wished for.
Every time she approached her seniors, she was reasonably told that even though her work performance is par excellence, they cannot help but abide by the rules of the bank as the eligibility criteria of the designation above that of Sherrie’s staunchly require a graduate holding a bachelor’s degree.
She was about to lose hope of ever growing in the banking sector, the profession that thoroughly excited her and at which she excelled. Nonetheless, she began thinking of giving it up and pursuing something else instead. Unfortunately, Sherrie was not even able to land a job interview as her Resume’ failed to impress any of the potential employers despite her four years work experience and awards.
In such tough times, the mention of Hill University by a friend of Sherrie’s was nothing less than a revelation to her. It was the first time that she heard the excellent online education system that Hill University was providing.
"Hard work never goes to waste” - Sherrie’s mother always told her and finally having achieved an accredited and worldwide recognized degree for Hill University she actually understood what the phrase truly meant. At an instant she felt accomplished as all her hard work at the bank turned out to be fruitful because it helped her complete her whole degree program in a very short span of time. With a degree from Hill, not only Sherrie’s previous seniors but also other employers were more than keen to have her in their respective organizations.
Presently Sherrie is more than content to receive double promotion at the bank and is now enjoying various fringe benefits as a senior manager.