|The Dr. Ronald E. McNair Life |
History Center (Below). Used to
be the library where he was
discriminated against as a young child.
Top is statue of Ronald McNair
Part Two:The most practical career for me would have to be to become a Teacher. I would love to become a preschool or kindergarten teacher and working toward my early childhood education degree right now! I would say it's a safe, steady career because I really don't plan on having any children (unless you count dogs as puppy children) other than my class so I could live off a teacher salary and the need for teachers is always growing but most of all, it would be a job I would love day after day. You can do many things with an education degree, even becoming a substitute for a few years before conquering your own classroom.
On the flip side, for a wild choice for a career that I could afford the risk, I'd probably become a doctor. Doctor's fascinate me, how they remember so much and know exactly what a patient needs. I really enjoy medical shows, fiction and non fiction, and documentaries but I really don't have the money for medical school and while I enjoy seeing grounded up bodies on Grey's Anatomy, I'd probably, scratch that, would pass out or throw up if I saw someone's insides on the outside.