It's important that you don't just interview or shadow someone once, you must repeat the process. After watching this video. You'll be able to reach out on a consistent basis to gather more information.
- So, okay, what now? … You've interviewed, you've shadowed. … What do you do now? … Well, honestly, you just rinse and repeat … until you figure out what field you want to be in. … It may be that you 10 engineers and figure out, … nope, engineering is not for me. … And then you interview five medical doctors … and realize, nope, doctor, not for me. … And then you interview a bunch of counselors … and realize, oh my gosh, this is what I really want to do. … So you shadow them and you're ready to go. … You've chosen your career … and you're ready to start choosing your major … and then your school. … So just keep rinsing and repeating … until you really feel confident … about the career that you're interested in going into. … Once we have that, we find your degree. … I know I've kind of already gone over this already, … but I just want you to understand why it's so important … to do the career thing first. … If you know where you're going, … it's so much easier to build a roadmap to get there. …
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1. The Perfect Career for You
2. Interviewing Experts
3. Utilizing Scholarships
4. Becoming a Student Investor
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