Ninth-grader Logan Zimmerman made five paintings that represented a feeling she had after talking with each of five mentors about their career path and choices. I was one of her mentors. Her one-sentence summary of our time talking together: “What you love to do isn’t always what you originally wanted to do.”
Ninth-grader Logan Zimmerman made five paintings that represented a feeling she had after talking with each of five mentors about their career path and choices. I was one of her mentors. Her one-sentence summary of our time talking together: “What you love to do isn’t always what you originally wanted to do.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Ninth-grader Logan Zimmerman made five paintings that represented a feeling she had after talking with each of five mentors about their career path and choices. I was one of her mentors. Her one-sentence summary of our time talking together: “What you love to do isn’t always what you originally wanted to do.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Mentors are supposed to be the wise ones, but sometimes it’s the other way around

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