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 #311  | Week of March 30, 2020 (REPEAT)

We continue to take a look back at some of your favorite interviews from last season. We’ll revisit the classroom where Shawn met a teacher who keeps his students interested and learning more by integrating art into STEM classes. If you are interested in computers and statistics, you won’t want to miss the encore of Helena’s interview with a research professor who introduced her to the world of data science – one of the hottest careers around! Then we’ll take you back to the launch pad at Cape Canaveral where Shawn met up with a structural engineer. He told him about his exciting job being part of a team that prepares for rockets to be launched into space.

Next week on Real Life 101

Episode #312  | Week of April 6, 2020 (REPEAT)

We’re going to bring you an encore of three of our most popular interviews from last season. Looking for a career where you can really reach for the stars?  You won’t want to miss the replay of Shawn’s fascinating and informative interview with a veteran NASA astronaut. When works of art get damaged or faded, especially when they’re valuable or have sentimental meaning, it’s a shame to just let them go. We’ll bring back Helena’s interview with an art conservator and learn how she preserves and repairs art. Ever wonder what it’s like to be a rock star performing on a stage in front of thousands of cheering fans?  We’ll bring back Shawn’s interview with a musician who shared his journey of becoming a successful singer, songwriter and bass player.

Where can you find Real Life 101?

Our show is syndicated, which means it may appear on different TV stations on different days at different times, depending on where you live. Check your local listings to find out exactly when and where Real Life 101 appears in your area; we recommend starting with our Station List to give your search a jump start!

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