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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page April Some high school seniors looking past college By Urfgh JODM Staff Writer New Braunfels High School seniors Peter and Paul Wil son already have the rest of their lives planned After spending four years at Clarkson University study ing business and technology management and traveling Peter is going to get a job with a major corpo ration where he will have a brilliant who is attending Lawrence University to study is going to be an or Christian music The plans are not just dreams they are the Wilsons roadmap to Like most of his Peter has been propped and prodded throughout his high school career to think about the Next seniors will get their last college and career talk at courtesy of The titled Mak ing College and Career is designed to help students think about what they need to accomplish dur ing the next four years to maximize future Seniors Tina Espinoza and Erika Hernandez almost could teach the seminar The both students in the schools pharmacy tech nician will take the national tech certification test AT A GLANCE What Making Your College Search Count for juniors and Making College and Career m When 8 and aroTliesday n Where New Braunfels High School auditorium in They will use their creden tials to get real world phar macy experience while work ing towards their pharmacist Espinoza at the Uni versity of Texas at San Anto nio and Hernandez at UT in We will have a big advan tage over other Hernandez They even have looked into a program offered by phar macyretail chain Walgreens for possible Espinoza credited the train ing they already received at NBHS with giving them an idea of what they wanted to do with the rest of their Ashley whose semesters in the schools medical terminology class prompted her to seek train ing as an Licensed Vocation al Nurse at Texas Lutheran I always knew I liked help ing but the classes here helped me decide what I wanted to she College and Career Center Facilitator Dorothy Crews said the trend toward voca tional training during high school was pushing students down a career path earlier than The days of entering col lege with an undeclared major are all but she All of the big schools want students to make a choice of what they want to do before they which of course puts more pressure on Although the emphasis on career choice has increased during the last 10 the average number of degree plan changes during a four year college career has Were still told the average student will change his or her mind five Crews While they are convinced they will not suffer from a bout of indecision after they leave the Hernandez and Davila all agreed a back up plan was a good Peters plan B still includ ed a brilliant career in busi which is not surprising for a young man who started his first small business in sixth We made around selling key chains during the first he When we saw other people starting to copy we decid ed to switch our product 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