Roadtripper:

Sarah Bouchard

Purpose:

The purpose of my Road Trip adventure is to find myself and my passion. I need to hear other people's stories and how they came to terms with themselves. I think this project will help me find myself, and allow me to feel confident that I will find my passion. As of now I don't know what my passion for work is, but it will be nice to hear how others found their path. I am really looking forward to hearing successful people tell their life stories.

Details:

Class:
Career Research, Development & Portfolio

Educator:
Luis Uribe

Home Base:
Mount Wachusett Community College

License:

Attribution-NonCommercial Creative Commons

The End of The Journey!

I learned a lot from the two leaders I interviewed. They really taught me two main things among others, Do not give up, and do what makes you happy. Money can't buy love and it sure cannot buy passion. Therefore, I now know that the occupation I chose is something i really love, and the money that comes with it is just a luxury. I am really thankful for these interviews because they taught me so much about two very different leaders, but mostly they taught me a lot about myself. I hope that I one day can be a good leader to some more road trip students in our midst. I am so thankful that I got this opportunity, and that leaders are so helpful and generous about letting us hear about their lives and how everything worked for them. Most of the times there are struggle along the way, but in the end it is always worth it!

Written on April 26, 2012 at 1:07pm

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