Meet your Sherpas who will be leading you to the top!
Your Sherpas are tigers in their fields of expertise. They have your best interest in mind and have navigated their area of the mountain with much excellence, detail and experience. Trust their guidance and learn from their example so you can find your way to the top.
Detective Kim Davis gives insight into a worldwide case she worked concerning racial tension, poverty and the relationship between the police department and the public. "Listen to every perspective to find the truth."
Colin Stringer (far right), head chef and co-founder of OKC's Nonesuch, 2018's New Best Restaurant, shares his journey, revealing: " I found something I loved when I just had to get a job."
Architect Sam Day, OKC Wheeler District's director of urban design, goes in-depth about the process of building and the associated career. "Reputation and caring about the work is critical in the trades."
Kaci Baldwin, left, guides us into the magic of music and the variety of career opportunities. She is married to Josh, a local leader of youth and they are raising three young boys. "Music can make a difference in your emotional health."
Nate Siple speaks on how to make decisions regarding your future career and mate. Making a career decision for Nate was a process of asking different questions. "I thought about what I would want my future life to be."
Farmer Gregg Noel, points out the variety of career opportunities that exist in agriculture. He also explains the benefits of good communication skills and how to getting started. "You don't have to own land to be in agriculture" -Gregg Noel
Hospital Chief Executive Officer, Leon Boar, says a tour of a hospital is a great way to explore careers in the health field. A hospital is like any other businLeon Boar (Hospital Chief Executive Officer) gets up close to reveal the working of a hospital and the associated careers.
Arborists Chuck and Megan Ulrich describe why they became interested in trees and how it led to a small business they have operated together for 25 years. "Learning to speak in the others Love language has been a huge help." - Chuck Ulrich
Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer takes us behind the scenes to discover what it takes to put a news broadcast on the air. Travis has always loved the weather. "You must find a reliable, accurate source. to get to the truth." - Travis Meyer
The Meeting House is a very unique coffee shop ran by student volunteers. It gives students a place to connect and develop transferable skill sets. The community built it together creating alot of buy-in." - Carolyn Bebermeyer
Bankers Ryan and Angie Ward explore banking and the subject of money including career opportunities, personal spending, the cost of living, and starting your own business. Angie says, "A bank teller is a good place to start."
Interact is an international high school club students can start on their campus. It is sponsored by Rotary International and is a great way to connect to community through your local clubs sponsorship. "Service above Self" - Rotary