|QUESTION: What was the most profound thought you heard at Where Are They Now? (AKA Career Day)? |
|Eric Woods ’15 (left)|
I appreciated hearing the importance of applying yourself. I wish my brother from La Jolla High School could have been here. It doesn't matter if you get into the best college, but instead it is about applying yourself all along the way.
Hank Edwards ’15 (right)
Today made me think it is not about picking a major and sticking with it. You can change as you go. Getting introduced to new situations and friends keeps you progressing and learning.
George Champion ’16 I was happily surprised this was not a meeting to learn about becoming a doctor or a lawyer. It seemed like more of a motivational seminar telling us to go for learning things that truly interest us and finding things that stimulate our own natural curiosity. It was fun to hear.
|Taryn Finete-O’Connor ’12 (left) & Chloe Foussianes ’12 (right) Biggest surprise is what you major in at college does not necessarily dictate where you end up. I like the idea of following what interests you. The idea of giving back to the community you live in made me think this could be really fun. |