Today we interviewed Chris Streeter. Chris is the co-founder of Educreations, and his undergraduate school is University of California, Berkeley. Also he got his degree in computer science. Chris is interested in education because his family where teachers. Chris's ideas for Educreations started while he worked at a computer company, and he and his friend wanted to do something more interesting. Chris gets a lot of feedback from his users, such as teachers and students. Chris what's kids to come back to there work on Educreations . Some of his advice was to try to learn computer program. It does not have to be advanced programming, but computers are a part of our lives and will only get more so.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Today we interviewed Samantha. Her career is in pharmacist, and her undergraduate school is Southern Illinois University. Her degrees are Biology and Medical science. Her graduate school and degree is Southern Illinois university, and her degree is Doctor of Pharmacy. Her job at St .Mary's is like a safety officer, and nurses and doctors call her. Also she picks the right and safe medicine so the patients become healthy again. Before she worked at the hospital she worked at Target, and if she wasn't a Pharmacy she would of been a cake maker. Her advice is to remember to ask for help when you need it. Also she said that the activity your doing with your class will help you. Also her advice was to have questions about your future or need help with your college applications.
Today we interviewed Jackie. She went to South Carolina University her degree is journalism. Her career is Associate Director of Student Media at Clemson. Jackie said she likes working with college kids because they are fun and interesting. She also said that they are fun because they are learning and growing. They are learning about themselves and the world. If Jackie didn't get the other job she wanted she would be a baker, but she will make cakes not cookies because she burns cookies. Some of Jackie's advice was to work hard from the start. Don't forget that you can do anything. So don't let yourself get in the way of your dreams.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Today we interviewed Elizabeth. When she was in 6th grade and finished 6th she became a alumni. She use't to do sports then she didn't do it no more. Elizabeth stared in art classes and she was very artistic. Now she is a Executive manager of PR and business development at Christian cota.her undergraduate school is Indiana university her degrees are fashion design and costume construction technology. and her advice is to be open-minded and I am be open-mined Elizabeth you have the most great advice you are a queen at what you do keep at it Elizabeth because your going to do great and exciteding new keep at it you rock.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
We interviewed Myron . Myron lives in Michigan Myron wanted to be in construction management Myron made a city of Legos also pop tart boxes. His mom and dad always say your going to college it wasn't a choice he was going so Myron did go to college he went to many different college to have many different degrees then he moved to Los Angles then moved to New York now in New York he have his own business.some of his advice was to decide what you want to do when you grow up then share that with someone you trust . Finally get support from as many people as possible.
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Hi my name is Devon.My college name is NYU and the state is new york and the city is New York City.My degree is in political sicence and my career is, going to be a lawyer.I chose this college because they have a really good campus also they have a good music department .I chose this career because I like to help people out in the world.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Hi my name is Devon. Leigh used to work for her dad but know she is a real astate broker and her current job is Remax Executive reality. Her undergraduate school is UNC Chappell hill and her degree is business administration. This will be her 14th year being a real estate broker. Some of her advice was you don't have to be what others think you should be. She learned in college that the degree itself was less important than the experience of learning who I am.