Biology classes are a good bet. Math and
chemistry will also help if you want to be a vet.
You might also see if any local non-profits need
volunteers working with animals. They don't have
to be marine mammals. You might also want to see
if you can learn snorkeling. Local youth groups
might have opportunities.
I always suggest that my students find someone
who has they job they want and request an
informational interview. Just contact the person,
tell them that you are a student who is interested
in a career in their field and see if you can
interview them briefly. First, find out about the
job, then think about questions you might ask,
like what their most and least favorite parts of
the job are. You can also ask their advice on
classes or other skills. Have an adult help you
look over the questions so that you feel prepared.
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