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Connor Hendrick, who played junior varsity tennis and volunteered at the James H. LaRue Branch Library in Highlands Ranch during his high school career, is heading to Colorado State University with plans to major in psychology.
What profession or career do you want to pursue? Why?
I want to pursue psychology and I want to become a therapist. I want to become a therapist because I want to make and see a difference in people's lives.
What do you hope to accomplish in life?
In life, I wish to accomplish my goals of having a successful career, traveling as much as possible, and being content throughout life. I want to make a real difference in the world and see my views become reality in one way or another.
If I could do anything, I would ...
If I could do anything, I would change the way many elements of society work. I would advocate for equality, education, health, and sustaining the environment. I would make sure the planet and people are taken care of first before I would tackle other issues like the economy and foreign policies. Basically, if I could do anything, I would become the president to make as much of a difference in this country and on this planet as possible.
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