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Working on Purpose

Working on Purpose

Wednesday at 3 PM Pacific

March 11th 2015:What Did You Want to be When You Grew Up?

What did you want to be when you were a kid? Did you dream of being an astronaut or a police officer? Where did you get the idea and why did you want to pursue this kind of a career, and did you actually do it? A lot of us have a career dream when we’re a kid, and some of us actually see it through to fruition. Many of us change course several times during high school or college, or are derailed into different work in our early work years changing course as new vista open to us. Our fledgling ideas are early yearnings and guideposts as to what we aspire to be and do in our adulthood, and we o

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Gabriella Cortez is 12 years old and attends an all girls’ middle school in Dallas, Texas. She is the only child of two professionals, one of which is the show’s host who works in the human capital industry and the other who is employed in finance. Without siblings, she has spent the majority of her life around adults and has thus adopted a mature personality and perspective. Her favorite subjects in school are math and technology, which focuses on basic skills like typing and the fundamentals of internet etiquette. Her non academic interests include cooking, piano, and tennis. Having taken the Gallup’s Strengths Explorer assessment for youth aged 10-13 with her mother, her budding streng
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Sedailiah Rochelle is a 12 year old, originally from Dallas, Texas, in an all girls middle school in Dallas. She is the youngest child of two. Her favorite subjects in school are reading and social studies. Her non academic interests include, gymnastics or tumbling, soccer, and track. She has known for some time that she wants to be the first African American female President of the United States of America. She enjoys speaking in front of groups and has been in various oratorical competitions where she has had to write her own speeches, memorize, and recite them. She has grown up in a single parent home with just her, her brother and mother. Living this lifestyle made her develop
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2429/working-on-purpose 20/12/2017 03:00 20/12/2017 04:00 Working on Purpose https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2429/working-on-purpose What did you want to be when you were a kid? Did you dream of being an astronaut or a police officer? Where did you get the idea and why did you want to pursue this kind of a career, and did you actually do it? A lot of us have a career dream when we’re a kid, and some of us actually see it through to fruition. Many of us change course several times during high school or college, or are derailed into different work in our early work years changing course as new vista open to us. Our fledgling ideas are early yearnings and guideposts as to what we aspire to be and do in our adulthood, and we often measure our life’s worth according to the extent to which we’ve achieved those childhood aims. Join the dialogue as two middle school girls describe their current career interests, where those aspirations came from, and what they anticipate their chosen paths will yield in their day to day lives. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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