RE: Careers - Message Boards - From Learning to Research
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My daughter tells me that if you love your job it will make all the difference and how you look at each day. For Maribel each day is different, yet she has very specific responsibilities that many are depending on. For students looking for a career, they should start with a class they are interested in. That class may lead them to another class and then to internships or a job. There is a lot of hard work involved with deciding on a career path. Students would benefit from clips like this and job shadowing experiences.