Thursday, May 18, 2017
Friday, May 5, 2017
Oak Harbor Middle School
May 5, 2017
315 Church Street
Oak Harbor, Ohio 43449
University of Toledo Medical Center
Attention: Dr. Svetlana Kreigle
3000 Arlington Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43614
Dear Dr. Kriegel,
I am Kaitlyn May, a 7th grader at Oak Harbor Middle School. I enjoy playing the piano, being active and reading. I am writing you this letter because I am interested in becoming an immunologist when I am older, but I have a few questions about what kind of qualifications and skills you need to have.
- What kind of classes did you take in high school?
- What do you think I should be doing as a seventh grader to prepare me for a job like yours?
- Are there any books you recommend me to read?
- How many years were you in college?
- How many hours do you work in a week?
- What does your day consist of?
- Is there anything I can do outside of school to help me for the future?
I will be very thankful for any answers you can provide for me!
Over the past week in school we have continued reading Incident At Hawk's Hill in class. The book has gotten a lot better, and I am excited to read more. Also, we were assigned to write our career letters, but unfortunately I had to change my career because the other one I wanted was mainly volunteer work (which I will still volunteer). Although, this new job is still something I am passionate about.
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Today, we were assigned to write about a future profession your are interested in. I am intersted in working for the Red Cross or a organization like them. I want to be able to travel to third world countries, and help the people who suffer. It is really sad to see kids and other humans suffer poverty, sickness, and depression. That's why I want this job.
Today, we started reading "Incident at Hawk's Hill". I think that this book will be okay. I do like old settings such as the show "Little House on the Prairie" Although, this book seems to be a little different. Again, I am keeping an open mind on this book, and hope that it will be on to remember.