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"Before MYX, I wasn't sure what I wanted to do."

Navigating the world of education options can be daunting. Some students need help figuring out what they want to study. Others have a clear idea but feel something other than a traditional college will work best for them. If you are wondering about those same questions, listen to what our students from last year have to say about how the process has worked for them!

Maximus Plaxico, MYX Student (and now, MYX Social Media Manager!)

"I went to MYX in Miami to study entrepreneurship, then in Costa Rica to study Social Media Marketing. I landed my dream job after building up my portfolio and completing an amazing project with the help of the MYX team. Now that I've launched I'll be traveling around the world doing full-funnel marketing and I'm so excited! The MYX team has supported me through the whole thing, and given me the credentials I need to make it happen. I couldn't recommend this program enough!"

"When I first heard about MYX, I thought it was too good to be true."

Doing something different from the traditional route is often as equally nerve-wracking as exciting. But after so many years of rising tuition with fewer outcomes, parents are beginning to demand more from their children's education. It's hard to imagine five years ago that you may have found your family's school online or on social media... but then, suddenly, everyone was taking classes online and getting their news from TikTok. When trying to sort through your different options, there is no better way to learn about MYX than from the biggest cheerleaders in our family, the MYX Parents.

Tanisha Luna, MYX Parent

"She showed me MYX on TikTok, and I was like, "TikTok, is this real?" I wasn't totally convinced at first. But we looked into it, met with the team, and now being here it made it so real. I wish this was around when I was younger!"
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