Career choice - To: John Borczon From: Steven Miner Re:...

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To: John Borczon From: Steven Miner Re: 4/12/11 When I was little every other kid had their dream of what they wanted to be when they grew up, there weren’t enough hands to count all of the wishful kids who wanted to be things like cops, firemen, or movie stars. For me I never really knew what I wanted to be, how I would get there, or if I even wanted to grow up. I don’t know about you but when I was a kid I wasn’t focusing so much on what I wanted to do after I grew up, I was more focused on the things I wanted to do before I grew up. Although I had no real goals on my future occupation there were many things when looking back on it now that show why I picked the major and occupation that I have. Going to Drexel University to be an architectural engineer was definitely not the easiest decision I have ever made, as most college and majoring decisions are. Throughout my teenage years, this was a very big issue for me and as I have said before it was even more of an issue do to the fact that I didn’t want to grow up. I didn’t want to take on the responsibilities of being an adult, the pressures of higher education, or face the fact that the decisions I made at the time would affect me the rest of my life. Despite
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Nell during the Spring '12 term at Harvard.

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