September 2, 2016
After getting in the English III classes today, it helped me realize how much passion I have for counseling. I gave each Junior the opportunity to ask me any question they would like to know. I challenged them to ask me anything they wanted, as I explained to them I am expecting them to be open and honest about everything, so I wanted to attempt to do the same (within certain parameters). Anyway, I had all sorts of good questions from; my most embarrassing moment to how many dogs I have ever had, their names and breeds. The best question, however, was asked multiple times: "Why did you want to become a counselor?"
I immediately had the feeling of "duh, because it is the coolest job ever!" However, I could not answer in that manner (considering it was an English class). Anyway, I wanted to share in this blog post why I wanted to become a counselor:
There are probably hundreds, but I will choose 6 important reasons:
Whatever it is, life is short and we all have passion toward something. Strive to find your passion and enhance it!
Updates from the Counseling Office:
I am the School Counselor at Forest City High School and I love that I have the opportunity every day to help all students here achieve and succeed! The students, faculty, and community are wonderful! Go Indians!