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Sea World Educator

Hello! I’m alive! My plan is to recreate this blog and turn it into something far more that just trying to advertise Unity College. Though I will forever rep and recommend my old school, I have grown and would love to continue sharing my experiences. 

I graduated Unity College May of 2013. Unity is one of the top environments colleges in the nation. After graduating, I moved to California and got a job working at a veterinary hospital.  When my time ended there, I landed a job with Greenpeace. It taught me the realities of the world and the meaning of peaceful protest. There is a lot of corruption in our world and it’s up to us to fight back. 

After California I moved to Georgia. I began my career as a zip line guide and continued it when I made a move back to my home state Ohio. My father works at an adventure camp called Camp Kern. I followed in his footsteps and spent the next year in the trees learning how to deal with high stress situations. The best thing to come out of that job was meeting the man who stole my heart. 😍

About two months ago we moved to Orlando, Florida. He’s a sixth grade teacher and starts in a couple weeks. I landed a job at Sea World working in the education department. Next week we will be moving into a house right on a lake. Despite potential alligators, I’m pretty happy with how my life is going. 


Our Sad Planet

Recently my San Diego home has been devastated by wildfires. I had to leave my city in fear of my apartment complex being burned down. Luckily the fire fighters were able to hold back the fires, but they continued to burn for days more and each day we were covered in ashes and watched the flames and smoke. It really opened up my eyes to the reality of the hardships and struggles people all over the planet are facing. I read about events like this all the time. It hits me for a moment and then I go about my fault life. And I’m sure I’m not the only one who is guilty of this. I mean what more can we do right? When we read about a tsunami that hit a foreign country thousands of miles away.. That’s just the problem. It’s so far away what can we do about it? Well the answer is something. Millions of years ago there was no such thing as states, countries, of even continents. There was a planet and that is it. Truth is that planet is still there and it needs us more than ever. It breaks my heart that I am sitting here not doing anything about it. One day soon I will figure out my next step. That is a promise.

Pacific Marine Mammal Center

untitledFinally something exciting to share! So right when I found out I was moving to California, I immediately searched for close marine mammal rescue centers. The only one I found was still a little ways away, but it looked amazing. It was called the Pacific Marine Mammal Center. They weren’t hiring but they were accepting applications for their animal care volunteer program. Where volunteers get a chance to work for the center one day a week for a year. I of course sent in an application, thinking if I get accepted, I can still have a paying job for the other days of the week. Well I didn’t hear back from them at all, so about a month or two ago I decided to send in another application. Last week I got a call and it was the center. I haven’t been that excited from a phone call since I got the call saying I was accepted into the dolphin training internship in Hawaii. They wanted me to come in for an interview and I did and they loved me. Tomorrow is my first day volunteering at the center and I could not be more excited to start. They have all kinds of seals and sea lions. I will write all about it next week once I have my first day there. Here is the link if anyone wants to check out the place:


I am still on the hunt for a real, paying job. I have a few leads, but I am holding out for something that I will enjoy and will be happy doing. It’s definitely a tough job market, but I won’t give up. Luckily my birthday is coming up so I’m hoping to make a few bucks from that 😉 Well ta ta for now everyone!

My Crazy California Life

Wow where do I start. I promise I am going to start posting a lot more often. I’ve just been extremely busy! So first of all after I left the vet, I landed an amazing job working for Greenpeace. For those who don’t know, Greenpeace is the largest independent environmental group in the world. Are famous fore catchphrase ‘save the whales.’ I spent my time with them canvassing on the streets trying to sign up as many members as I could every day. It was a great job because every single day I got to go to a new place and travel all around San Diego. I would work on Piers overlooking the ocean, store fronts, malls, a streets, and even at local farmers markets. However it was a hard job because every week you had to make a certain quota to keep your job. I was pretty good at it, but after about eight months working there on and off I ended up not making my quota. I was pretty ready by that point for something new. I don’t regret my time there at all, I learned so much from Greenpeace and still continue to use the knowledge I gained from them every day. I encourage everyone to check out their website at


So since I left Greenpeace I have moved a few times, but now I have my own studio apartment and am currently looking for a new job. It’s a market but I’m very hopeful. I’m dating a new guy and I’m very much in love. I know this blog is never too personal, but I want all my readers to know how happy I am😊. Once again I’m very sorry for my sporadic posts, but hopefully from now on I will try to keep you all up today on my life. As usual if anyone has any questions about Unity College feel free to comment and ask away. I miss Unity like crazy my best friend is still there and we talk every day They got hit by a lot of snow this year and I tried to make them all very jealous with my constant 70 degree weather from the sunny San Diego.☀️

Take care everyone and I hope I still have a few readers out there love you all! 💕

Time to get a Big Kid job

I found out today (for reasons I do not wish to tell the public) I will be leaving California soon. Which means I will be free to explore the job world. I can go wherever I want to go and apply to my dream job, finally! My first thought was back to Africa and my second thought was back to Hawaii, but when I think about it, why does it have to be somewhere I have already gone. My options are unlimited, I just have to research what all is out there. I really would love to find work in the plains of wild Africa, but that type of work is really hard to find. I just signed up for Unity College’s alumni career services and they are going to start sending me emails about jobs that fit my career goals and interests. One of my professors signed me up to a website that sends me any job or internship posting for marine mammals. She knew I loved marine mammals and when I graduated she signed me up. (Just one of the perks of Unity College, the professors are so great.) 

ImageMy time at the vet has taught me a lot, I’ve been there for 5 months now and have really learned a lot, but I am very ready to put it behind me. It’s just not the job for me. I love talking to the clients and seeing all the puppies and kittens. All the sick animals, deaths, and sad owners are really taking a tole on me. My heart is too big for a job like that. It gave me good job experience though so that is good.

I will have a lot more time on my hands now and will keep you posted on my upcoming new and exciting life. I can not wait for my dream job to come true. For once I will be doing something I love in a place that I love and I won’t have to leave it. Internships are amazing, but they all have to come to an end. A job is yours. I really am in the real world now and I can not wait so start experiencing it! 

Details on my new Vet Life

So I’ve been working at the Vet Hospital for almost two months now and it has turned out to be quite the experience. I do know that I do not ever want anything to do with animal medicine or veterinary aspects. However, my job entails something completely different for the most part. I am the person up front that actually gets to interact with the people and animals who come in. I am the one who they really get to know and I love that part of it. I get to check them in, talk with them in the room and then again when they check out. I do not want to be the one who comes in and has to diagnose what is wrong with them. It is definitely taking a tole on me seeing so many sick and dying animals, but I also get to see and play with a lot of really cute puppies and kittens! The other day we had three 8 week old Siberian huskys come in and I was the one who got to check them into a room and play with them until the doctor came in. I’m glad this is only a temporary job while I am here in California, but I really do love what I am doing and am getting quite good at it, if I do say so myself. It’ll be great work experience on my resume and I am learning a lot about making up medications and the details that go into ensuring that the animals are healthy and safe. I thought at first that I would want to make my way up to be a veterinary technician  but now I can safely say that I am completely happy staying up front as a receptionist and occasionally assisting the doctors like I’m doing now. If anyone wants to check out where I work they have a facebook page and the link is:

Also, I am going back up to Maine for graduation in 3 weeks and I am so excited! I’ll be staying in my old house with my roommate who still lives there. I miss her so much and am so excited to see her. My mom and dad are also coming up so that will be really awesome having them there. My mom hasn’t been up since the day she dropped me off freshman year so it’ll be really cool showing her around and having her meet everyone. I am also very much looking forward to going out to dinner and getting some much needed Maine lobstahh! 

the Vet Life?

So it’s been about two months that I’ve been in California and I think I finally found a job. It’s not one that I ever saw in my future, but it’s a job with animals so I think that it will be a a good experience and it’s a job nonetheless. I am going to be a veterinary assistant at an animal hospital. I start tomorrow in a two week trial period, but I’m fairly certain they are going to hire me after in a full time position. I’m not going to give up on the dream job, but for now I just need a job so I can have some money and it’ll be good work experience as well. The job consists of setting up appointments, weighing and checking in the animals, and also a lot of pharmacy work. Image

In getting the job, they told me I was over qualified for the job, but as long as I would be happy with it, they are more than happy to hire me on. I do not think I will be at this job for too long, just until I can get some real work experience under my belt and until I can find a better job doing something that I actually want to do. I am very excited to start and I think being around adorable cats and dogs all day will be a lot of fun and the people I work with seem like very awesome and nice people.