Hello, completely new to this site but I really needed feedback as to what exactly I should be looking at educational-wise. I'm only 19 and dropped out after my second year of my 4 year university when I realized that I was only happy in the kitchen. This summer I was lucky enough to land a great opportunity working as the morning baker at a well known bakery. I applied to a (admittedly expensive) culinary school and thought I hit the jackpot when I was offered a full ride. A few months later I find out it was a mistake email, not meant for me. At this point I'm completely lost as to the next step. I have a well paying baking job at which I continue gaining experience, but no education. Now i'm filled with fear at the thought of paying $70 grand and being stuck with little knowledge, a minimum wage job, and a sufficient amount of debt. So, it is worth it to go and get an associates or bachelors degree? Or is it sufficient to go out and grab a three month certificate and see what I can do with it? Any thoughts or ideas are well appreciated!