What was Steve Jobs Education?

What was Steve Jobs Education?

Reed College1972–1974
Homestead High School1968–1972De Anza CollegeMonta Loma ElementaryCupertino Junior High School
Steve Jobs/Education

After high school, Jobs enrolled at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Lacking direction, he dropped out of college after six months and spent the next 18 months dropping in on creative classes at the school. Jobs later recounted how one course in calligraphy developed his love of typography.

Was Steve Jobs a good student?

Steve Jobs was, by his own admission, never a good student. He dropped out of college after six months, then just hung around, going to whatever classes interested him, and sleeping on friends’ floors, for another year and a half. Steve dropped out of college, but not out of learning!

Was Steve Jobs born poor?

Jobs didn’t come from a well-to-do family. Money wasn’t ample but it was enough. This is what motivated him to drop out of Reed after completing just one semester in the college. This stayed with him even when Apple became big and he became rich.

What was Steve Jobs like in high school?

During his years at Homestead High School (1968-1972), Jobs averaged a 2.65 GPA, meaning he got mostly Cs and Bs. So he wasn’t a bad student, but definitely not the scholar you would expect from a future industry titan.

Was Steve Jobs dead?

Deceased (1955–2011)
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Does Steve Jobs know coding?

In answer to a question from a member of the public: ‘Does Steve Jobs know how to code? ‘, Woz responded: ‘Steve didn’t ever code. He wasn’t an engineer and he didn’t do any original design. ‘ He was, however: ‘technical enough to alter and change and add to other designs.

Was Steve Jobs really that smart?

Biographer Walter Isaacson argued in the New York Times that Jobs was not overly smart in a traditional sense, in that he did not try to solve problems by rigorous analytical pursuit, common marks of intelligence, but relied more on “imaginative leaps” that “were instinctive, unexpected, and at times magical.”