Humans of CHS: December 2018 Edition
As a tribute to the social media blog "Humans of NY, " the Falcon Press staff decided to create a spin-off entitled, " Humans of CHS. " Staff members will roam the halls weekly until they find a " human" with an inspirational bit of advice, unusual story to tell, or who simply wants to chat about life.
“After college, I’m going to be pursuing my dream and furthering my education studying forensics to later work for the Federal Bureau of Investigations. I will be joining the military prior to joining the FBI, which will give me an additional set of skills that will assist me with the transition. Throughout high school, I have received the opportunity to take classes that will help me achieve this goal such as Psychology and Sociology, that will hopefully afford me the opportunity or attend East Carolina University in the fall of 2019. During the course of my life, I have dealt with family troubles and often we were never left closure on a situation, or were given any information as to why or how the event happened. The most meaningful part of the job would be to give the affected families closure. Forensics to me is not just about the evidence, its also about finding out why criminals do what they do, including the psychology aspect of knowing why people want to hurt or how we could prevent this in the future. While working for the Federal Bureau of Investigations, I plan to implement a system that helps prevent criminals from their wrongdoings. It will be extremely rewarding to help other families around the world while learning about the world’s most dangerous criminals every day. While it will be difficult in some aspects such as boot camp and training, I am always up for a challenge.”