Terryanne Chebet, a well-known media personality, has set out on an incredible academic journey that has surprised many.
Her decision to return to school to finish her undergraduate degree after 17 successful years in the media sector is a testament to her steadfast commitment to lifelong learning and personal development.
Through an Instagram post, Terryanne Chebet revealed the inner struggles she was battling as she nears her exams.
She acknowledged that she struggles to understand ideas like “Traditions, Values, and Theories,” which she must study for her schoolwork.
Chebet has always had faith in the ability to achieve one’s goals. Her goal was to go back to school and complete her undergraduate degree.
Proud USIU Student
She proudly displays her student badge from United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa). The mother of two believes completing her degree will be necessary for the next level in her career.
“Taking a leap of faith today, doing an exam, and confused about ‘Traditions, Values, Theories’… Maaan!!! I’ve always believed in the power of pursuing your dreams.
“For me, that dream was going back to school. Why? Because I firmly believe that my next level requires it. That’s why I wear my student badge so proudly! ( I go to @usiuafrica),” she wrote.
Chebet admitted that her fans were curious about her return to school, and mistakenly thought she was pursuing a post-graduate degree.
Chebet admits lecturers, classmates are younger
She emphasized that age is simply a number by jokingly revealing that her lecturers and fellow students are much younger than she is.
Chebet emphasized how crucial it is to have the guts to take a step back in order to advance.
Her desire to lay the groundwork for the next phase of her life is what motivates her to believe in this strategy.
“Trust me, It’s not fun returning to complete an undergraduate degree with 17 years of work experience surrounded by my fellow students who could be my sons and daughters, and some people thinking you’re back to do your Ph.D.!
“I even suspect that some of my lecturers are younger than I am! But, that idiom, age is just a number has never felt more appropriate,” she wrote.