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Teacher Aide Feature 2-07-19

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Name of Teacher Aide: Mrs. Travis

Date & Time of Interview: 2-6-19

 

What high school did you go to?

I went to Redbank Valley.

What college did you go to?   

I did not attend college; however, to keep the position I have here at Redbank,  I did take some college classes.

What extracurricular activities did you participate in high school and college?

I was a member of the FBLA club,  choir, and was a student secretary.

What made you decide this career choice?    

I am a library aide. I took business classes in high school and wanted to become a secretary. One of my previous jobs was working at the public library and when a position to work at Redbank as a library aide appeared, I applied for the position.

How long have you been here at Redbank?    

Nineteen years.

Since you have been at Redbank, what sports have you coached or clubs that you sponsored?

I have not coached any sports or clubs, but I have helped with Library Club when we had that club here at Redbank.

What do you do here at the high school?   

I work in the library.

What are some of your hobbies outside of work?  

Spending time with my grandchildren, family, reading, listening to music, singing, trying new recipes, traveling and flower gardening.

If you had not chosen this career choice, what other career paths would you have explored?   

Secretary

 

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