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Jessica Amundson Orientation to Health Sciences Informal Interview Elizabeth Grossman I chose to interview Patricia Solberg, from the clinical laboratory sciences department. I am very glad that I found her. I originally made an appointment with her to talk about the program, which I am very interested in. I figured she was too busy to do an interview so I asked her if she had any suggestions of who I could talk to and she said she would gladly do the interview herself. The meeting took place for about forty minutes and it was very informational. She was more than willing to answer all my questions. I learned how she ended up where she is now. I learned about the ups and downs of the career, and got a feeling of what being a clinical laboratory scientist is all about. When I was talking to her about the grades you need to get in the program and how important sciences classes are it really made me want to study for my chemistry class!
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Unformatted text preview: I got the impression that this career is very possible for me to pursue if I study hard enough, which I am willing to do. This interview definitely increased my interest in this field. I was curious about the profession before I knew what it was. After this interview and learning what a clinical laboratory scientist does, this line of work attracts me much more than it did previously. I think this job matches my personality greatly! In the strong inventory we took for the class, a medical technician was in my top ten occupations. Almost all of the characteristics Pat named of a successful practitioner described me. The only downfall is that I wouldn’t be working with people as much as I had hoped, but I’m sure I can find a job somewhere that changes that. I think this occupation is close to perfect for me and I can certainly see myself doing this line of work....
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