Awww I am nowhere ner Kentucky otherwise I would have looked into it (out of state tuition is killer :/ ). I live in Michigan and am attending Central Michigan Univeristy (fire up chips!) going on my second year there
I am majoring in special education with a concentration on emotional disabilities. I hope to one day open a farm for emotionally abused or troubled teens and use horses to help with emotional therapy. Although I really do appreicate the suggestion!
What are your guy's thoughts on apprenticeships to learn more about horsemanship and training? I want to learn as much as I can from both aspects of my career of choice; ; and I would love to train, give lessons, be a 4-H/ponyclub/equestrian team leader someday as well and just want to continue to learn and give back that knowlege. Any suggestions on where to find an opportunity like that? I would have to be during the summer so I could graduate on time, special education degrees take at least five years of studies and while I love school I would love to get out into the real world sooner than later