Shania Sherlock graduated in 2013. Throughout her high school years, she attended TEC to be a certified nurse aid. She graduated high school and attended SC4 to do the transfer program. She’s now attending University Of Michigan to get her bachelor's degree in psychology. She is currently working for St. Clair county public guardians office as an assistant case worker and a certified nurse aid at Lake Huron medical center.
After she graduates in 2018 she plans on taking her degree and becoming a worker for child protective services. She chose psychology as her major because she loves being able to help people who need it. I asked for some tips she could give high school students. She said “if you don’t know how to apply yourself, don’t start.” The college schedule is much greater than high school but there is so much more work. “My last tip is don’t take 22 credit hours” she said. It’s to much to try and balance it between work and other life events.
It took her awhile to actually be set on a major. In 3 years she changed it 3 times till she was officially set on psychology. The biggest difference is the schedule it sounds like you have more free time but you really don’t.