2016 Field High School graduate Mitchell Johns is now taking the next step towards his future. Since his graduation last June, Johns has taken on the college experience at Walsh University.
Even though Mitch isn’t involved in any extracurricular activities, his schedule is still busy with school, soccer and work. Last summer Mitchell began his job at Swensons.
“I enjoy college a lot more than high school because I am a lot more independent, and it is a lot more work but I know I’m working towards what I’m doing for the rest of my life. -and it’s more fun.” Mitch added.
One of the big steps every college student needs to take is deciding what they are going to major in. This decision basically decides your future, career wise, that’s why most students change their major within the first two years of deciding.
Mitch is already a step ahead and will be going into the Athletic Training job field. According to the National Athletics Trainers’ Association,
“Athletic trainers (ATs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.”
Mitch is confident in his abilities to handle what college throws his way, and his decisions on where he is going to take the next step in his life even after college.