Introducing a variety of career paths and options through a series of interviews with current and retired professionals.
Season 2, Episode 5: Stacy Interviews André Watkins from Waco High School
Stacy Bender interviews André Watkins, restorative justice coordinator at Waco High School, about his interesting career path. Their conversation includes fun nuggets about how students should be well-rounded. When he was in high school, André played football, played in the band, and was a debater. His career path has been interesting, and he is blazing […]
Season 2, Episode 4: Stacy Interviews Chris Rood from the Impact Foundation
Stacy interviews someone from her past. Chris Rood was a chemical dependency counselor at Red River High School when Stacy was in high school. Chris currently is the Program Director for the Impact Foundation in Fargo, ND. For more information about that organization, go to their website: impactgiveback.org Listen for some nuggets that Chris shares […]
Season 2, Episode 3: Stacy Interviews All Over the Mothership (Southwest Airlines)
Stacy happened to be in the Dallas area on January 19, 2018. Jennifer Burner (learning coach at Crosslake Community School – Online Program) and Stacy joined Jennifer’s son and husband, who both work at Southwest Airlines, for a tour which turned into a series of “fly by” interviews. Stacy even got to ride in a […]
Season 2, Episode 2: Interview with Trudy Bender from Waco ISD
Stacy interviews Trudy Bender, coordinator of the district behavior intervention program at Waco ISD. This episode is sponsored by the LAKE Foundation and by Shirts Plus of Aitkin.
Season 2, Episode 1: Mish-Mash Dash and Out of the Mouths of Babes
As the introduction to Season Two, this episode features clips from people who love their jobs, from family members who aren't sure what someone does, and advice to young people about how to approach the world of work. This episode is sponsored by the LAKE Foundation and by Shirts Plus of Aitkin.
Season 1, Episode 5: Interview with Allan Hetteen
Major Allan Hetteen shares his career path and the impact that a work of service to the United States of America has had on his life.