Career exploration video
Virtual Tours by Students
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Avery here, like I have mentioned before my introduction video. My name is Avery, and I'm a freshman here in Georgetown College. I'm double majoring in psychology and religion, and I hope to pursue counseling after college. I hope to get my masters in counseling somewhere through grad school, and then I'm also interested in possibly becoming a foster parent care pastor or a local outreach pastor. Yes, yeah, Georgetown has done a great job of providing you with Resource is to help me kind of feel out and pursue some of those dreams that I have. They've given me great space to really talk about and explore some different options I have for the future. They've also connected me to staff that have similar passions to me, with religion and church, along with psychology and counseling, to talk about different options and careers that I could pursue in the future. They've also given me people to explore internships that I could have possibly in the summer and that I've gotten to sit down and talk Teoh, one of the religion professors, and she has connected me to different churches in my local area. Thio kind of learned from those women pastors and kind of get to be mentored by them. Well, so I've had great conversations with that on that they provide a lot of career and calling like nexus events for us to go thio those events, um, could be guest speakers talking about leadership or grad school or how toe like kill an interview. Georgetown has done a great job of allowing me toe have space to just explore different ideas I want to pursue in the future. They've given me great resource is like the meeting house, which is our career and calling center to go in and just talk to those people about what I want to pursue. They just definitely wanna help me learn how to get there. There are tons of on campus jobs that we could get involved in before you're given those on campus jobs, you're given a very formal interview that is just thio. Make sure that you're a right fit for that job, but also allow you to practice for interviews to come. So that was really helpful for me as I've thought about what I want to pursue in the future and how I can start Thio kind of practice those skills that I need now they also have a thing called emerging leaders, which is for some of the more professional drops on campus that could be a student government like council position that could also be a resident life like an r A or a R d. So those are ones that you have like super formal interviews with, and you are interviewed by the career and calling staff. Uh, they provide mock interviews for those interviews, and, um, they try to make it a very professional interview to help you succeed farther down the road and kind of learn from the mistakes that you could possibly have in the interview here, Um, or just even encourage you more on how well you did. Um, in your interview for emerging leaders on Hold up, son, I absolutely love working on campus. The people I work for are so kind, and they really want to help you, um, grow just as a person as you're here. They don't want you to leave college and just have to be thrown into the work force but they want you to already start practicing those skills that you need for those jobs in the future. So I really appreciate all the people that I work for and how they really help me build those skills and kind of take part in that self development of now she gives us a lot of resource is to help us achieve not on Lee the dreams that we want to after college, but to start here.