Career Passport: What year are you in school and what are you majoring in?
Shannon: I am a Freshman studying Dental Hygiene.
CareerPassport: What are your career goals?
Shannon: I hope to graduate with a bachelors degree in Dental Hygiene. I would love to work as a hygienist. It is a great, stable, flexible job.
CareerPassport: Can you explain how you are involved in the CareerPassport program?
Shannon: I am a participant of the track activities and I have completed the Self Discovery Track.
CareerPassport: What attracted you to CareerPassport?
Shannon: I am in the Honors Program on campus, and CareerPassport was one of the optional activities.
CareerPassport: What have you enjoyed most about the program?
Shannon: I absolutely loved taking the SII and Myers-Briggs tests, and then meeting and discussing my results with a counselor. I feel that these meetings really helped really helped me understand myself better, and the counselors gave me great advice. I left each meeting with a better understanding of who I am, and what I can become.
CareerPassport: What has been the most beneficial activity you've participated in to help you meet your future career goal?
CareerPassport: What advice would regarding the CareerPassport Program would you give to other students?
Shannon: The advice I would give to other students in the CareerPassport Program would be to just really put forth the effort to get the most out of their experience. When I was completely honest with myself, I was able to really learn what makes me tick. If I didn't put forth the effort to be honest with myself, I would have missed out on some great information that will help me make better career decisions.