Ever wondered what you might
want to do for the rest of your life?

Have you thought about your “dream” job? Do you have any idea what it takes to get there? Are you headed in the right direction? From doctors, lawyers and veterinarians to fashion designers, sports trainers and music therapists to college and professional coaches, Real Life 101 takes you “on the job” so you can see for yourself why these professionals love what they do. Learn about jobs you might not know even existed in this half-hour of thought-provoking, eye-opening fun and entertainment!

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This week on Real Life 101

Episode #291 | Week of June 10, 2019

We’ve opened the vault and pulled out some more of your favorite interviews from last season!  We’ll start by taking you back to the studio of a music composer where Shawn saw how he enhances the production of films, video games and even amusement park rides with his original compositions. Then we’ll revisit the church where the pastor talked to Helena about what prompted him to enter the ministry and how he works daily with the church’s members. Finally, we’ve got an encore of Shawn’s interview with a neighborhood pharmacist. He learned that her skills include a lot more than knowledge of the drugs she dispenses. (repeat)

Next week on Real Life 101

Episode #292  | Week of June 17, 2019

We’ll bring you back Helena’s interview with a public relations specialist whose company has the important job of keeping her city informed on traffic and road conditions… especially as they undergo the biggest infrastructure project in America! Then, we’ll revisit Shawn’s meeting with a lady who started a cake bakery. You may recall how she uses her artistic talents to make beautiful and creative cakes for weddings and other memorable events. Finally, we’ll take you back to BRIDG, a large facility that takes innovative technology ideas and turns them into reality. As Helena learned during her interview with the CEO, advances in the STEM industry are making our lives more efficient. (repeat)

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