In the fourth season of Stranger Things, Mike and Eleven attend a new school in Lenora Hills, California. They were shown adjusting to the new school. Eleven was dealing with a lot of stuff, like the loss of Hopper, problems making new friends, a long-distance relationship, and, most importantly, bullying. However, let’s hope Milly Bobby Brown doesn’t get to face that in her new university. That’s right, Millie says, she is taking classes affiliated with the West Lafayette, Ind., institution. The institute has been referenced in the Netflix mega-hit. However, the classes are online, so we don’t need to worry about her getting bullied.
According to the 18-year-old British student, who is studying human services, she is doing so to “learn about the system and how to help young people.” In the subject of social and behavioral sciences, the online Purdue Global Program provides associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees. It allows students to pursue jobs in fields including family assistance, community outreach, and child welfare/child protection. But how is she managing this with her work? Read more to find out.
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How is Millie Bobby Brown managing school and work?
One of the many things Brown is juggling is a heavy course load for college. She recorded a so bad, but so fun album during the pandemic lockdown, but she also found time to create two scripts with her sister Paige. Millie is also acting as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, concentrating on menstrual health and education for young women. In addition to Damsel, a fantasy adventure starring Brown, Robin Wright, and Angela Bassett, Netflix’s Enola Holmes sequel is being made by PCMA Productions, the firm that Millie Bobby Brown started with her family.
Even though she is dealing with a lot, she is managing work and studies because she has a huge message to pass. The former child actress told Allure that she is aware of and understands the responsibility that comes with her worldwide platform. Hence, with the course she is pursuing, she wants to help young people and girls who are going through things. She does not believe that she is good enough to sell skincare products.
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She said, “Of course, people can look at it as pressure or scary, but I think that’s the most exciting part of my job.” Her message is to make people aware of the fact that every girl deserves an education. Also, everybody has to have equal rights. She wants to pass the message that one should become a person who can achieve the dream one really wants.
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