You CAN Change Your Career Plans!

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"I'm glad to see that you discovered your passion was not in your high school career plan in your Freshman year of college, rather than later. It could have been very costly and longer time in college. Thank you for sharing your experience!"
Audratise, 14, San Antonio, TX

"Great video!! I am in high school and people are constantly asking me if I know what I want to do when I go to college and I think I do but I don't really know anymore. It's good to hear this video. Oh, and I will most definitely be using that website information."
glemmon, 15, Landover, MD

"I've changed my mind about what I wanted to do with my life countless times! It's comforting to know that not only am I not the only one this happens to, but it's great knowing that if I do decide I want to change majors, it's definitely a possibility. Great video!"
Devon, 17, Fox Lake, IL

"great job! definitely will use this information. "

"Great video! That helped me realize that if I make the wrong mistake first, I could make the right one second. It's comforting to know that I will get to the right path eventually."
dennie, 16, Lemont, IL

"I completely agree. It comforts me to know that if I wind up pursuing something I'm not completely passionate about, I can always change my mind."
Hannah457, 17, Camas, WA

"Very good point. You need to do what you enjoy doing, otherwise you will resent waking up for work. "
Juice, 17, West Palm Beach, Fl

"This is so true. You should not try to limit yourself. Go beyond and find something you love. It's never too late."
KevO, 17, San Marcos, TX

"This is a phenomenal topic to tell teenagers about. Many teenagers do not know that you can change your major after you have started college. I liked how you made the point of saying that you do not want to do something you are not passionate about. Another thing for teenagers to keep in mind is to be very passionate about what you decide to major in because you major leads to your permanent career in that area, which is usually your job for the next thirty to forty years until you retire. "
busybee123, 15, Stafford, VA

"Passions change and when they change you should be willing to change with the passion. By sticking with something you are no longer passionate about you may just be beginning what is going to be a long long life"
Derek, 17, Manitowoc, WI

"Great point!You definately can't succeed if you are not passionate in a particular field of study!"
Rakhee Patel, 17, Seffner, FL

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