If his supervisor knows Sefton has some schoolwork to finish, he’s encouraged to carve out some time at work. “My schedule pretty much is set with the foundation and classes,” he admits. “They know my top priority now is classes.”
It helps a lot with his busy life, he says, that he’s living at home. He’s taking a full load of five classes each semester toward a degree in Business Administration with a minor in Entrepreneurship.
He uses Indiana University’s online management system that’s called Canvas. “You can do homework, take tests, anything related to class,” Sefton says, “Pretty much all the resources you need are in that system.”
It takes great energy, planning and focus to balance everything. “I am able to do it all from here (Greensburg) and still have quality educators,” Sefton says. “I can work from our living room. It makes it very convenient. It’s been a great opportunity for sure.”