Real people in jobs they love, telling the story of how they got there.
|How I Made It: Early Childhood Education Careers: Julie Smith, Associate Professor & Chair, SBCC Early Childhood Education, Tanum Hill, Owner/Manager, Quality Time Child Development Center, and Fabiola Hernandez, Preschool Teacher, Orfalea Early Learning Center (11/14/12)|
|How I Made It: Environmental Studies Careers: Kirsten Zecher, GIS analyst, Dudek, Melissa Fontaine, Owner/Manager, Goodland Kitchen and Michael Chiacos, Transportation Manager, Community Environmental Council (10/24/12)|
|How I Made It: Sports & Fitness Careers: Susan Houlihan-Davis, Athletic Trainer, SBCC, Vanessa Isaac, Owner, Hip Brazil, and Ryan Byrne, Athletic Director, SBCC. (10/3/12)|
|How I Made It: Counselors and Therapists: Eric Flores, Personal & Academic Counselor, SBCC; Gordon Coburn, Instructor & Chair, Alcohol & Drug Counseling Program, SBCC; Sandra Mistretta, Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Casa Serena. (03/07/12)|
|How I Made It: Tech Entrepreneurs. Taylor Reaume, The Search Engine Pros; Christian Smith, Phone Halo; Jason Dorfman, Optopic, Social Media. (02/22/12)|
|How I Made It: Sales and Marketing. Daniel Howard, Rightscale; Janie Arnold, Haagen Printing; Dianna Watts, Pal 8 Media. (2/15/12)|
|How I Made It: Entrepreneurs. Melissa Marsted, Lucky Penny Press; Rachael Steidl, ParentClick; Jill-Marie Carre,Chocolats du CaliBressan. (11/16/11)|
|How I Made It: Automotive Careers. Phil Unander, Larry's Auto Parts, Steve Bowman, Bowman Auto Repair, and Steve Dugger, Ayers Automotive Repair. (11/2/11)|
|How I Made It: Culinary Arts. John Aspra, Epicurean Cowboy Catering, Chris Warrick, Director of Culinary Operation, Serenity House. (10/5/11)|
|How I Made It: Communications Careers. Simon Dixon, CEO Idea Engineering, Catherine Remak, DJ K-lite Radio, Ana Ruvalcaba, Events Manager, Citrix Online. (9/14/11)|
|Interior Design Careers|
| Roadtrip Nation is a Movement of people who are defining their own Roads in life by resisting The
Noise of conformity and gaining the confidence to do what inspires them. Last summer
they sponsored a Counselor Indie Roadtrip, which sent four SBCC Career Center counselors
and staff "on the road" to conduct interviews with people who are following their
own roads. Watch our interviews below, and check out roadtripnation.com to watch their original series with hundreds of interviews around the world!
Watch a trailer of our interviews focusing on sustainability and giving back. Below
are our actual, full-length interviews.
Clark Staub is a restaurateur and national distributor of frozen flatbread. Clark uses locally sourced ingredients for his products.
Adam Green is an Environmental Studies instructor and head of the Center for Sustainability.
Kim and Kirsten Shaw are a mother-daughter team that manufactures their products in the United States from organic and recycled materials.