Will Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth Be The First Duggar Woman To Complete College?

Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth may have just tied the knot and is expecting her first child with her husband, but that doesn't mean that she is going to abandon her college dreams.

Although some critics of the Duggar family have stated that none of the Duggar children have gone on to pursue higher education, this isn't entirely true. Joseph Duggar, who was recently in the spotlight for marrying his sweetheart, Kendra Caldwell, attended a conservative one year Biblical studies program at Crown College in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Michelle Duggar stated in one of her blog posts that several of the children are attending college courses online, and many believe that Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth is one of them, despite the fact that she is expecting.

Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth is one of the only girls in the family to have pursued an internship separate from her religious life. She and one of her brothers worked with Republican Charlene Fite, which she did before she married her current husband. It is unclear if the internship is still continuing or not.

Many believe that Joy-Anna Duggar is being groomed for a position in politics, just like her father Jim Bob, and that she may very well be the first Duggar woman to do so.

Some critics of the Duggar family have worried that Joy-Anna Duggar will be confined to a life like her mother, Michelle Duggar, meaning that she will have as many children as possible and negate her own hopes and dreams.

Fans have already noted that Jinger Duggar Vuolo once stated that she was interested in living in New York City, but Michelle quickly shut down the idea, telling fans that Jinger really just wanted to live closer to Walmart than they did at their household.

But some think that Joy-Anna Duggar may be the first to follow a non-traditional path because of the clues about her interest in doing something other than simply having children. And although she's only 20 and is already married, some think that the mother-to-be will be able to do something completely different with her life than her other 18 siblings have chosen to do.

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