18 November 2008

plans and provisions

In order to graduate I must:
  • pass the WPA (writing proficiency assessment) in March
  • resubmit my English Language AP test scores
  • finish up my drafting course, and my stagecraft 1 course
  • take certain classes to fulfill requirements
  • write a senior project paper and submit it for review
Classes I am taking next semester:
  • Intro to Ashtanga Yoga
  • Theater Prod II:Lighting
  • Theater History II
  • Dendrology
  • Mus of World's Peoples
  • Fund of Rockclimbing
  • Independent Study in Theater
  • General Geology Lab
  • Fund Biological Psyc
  • Photography
Plans For The Future:


Part Two (Early Summer)
NOLS Rock and River Course
or
NOLS River Guides Course
or
NOLS Outdoor Educator Mountaineering Course


Part Three (Middle and Late Summer)
Four Winds Camp


and/or
Alpengirl Teen Adventure CampPart Four (Autumn and beyond)

This is where things get a little hazy. I will share some of the ideas. Northwest Youth Corps offers a semester of training for Outdoor Educators, that pays room and board. I could work for the Montana Rep Missoula, stage managing their plays, and earn not enough to live on, but would bulk up resume. I could work for some other theater, in California, or Las Vegas, or Virginia, for their fall season. I could go back to school for a semester. In the spring I will probably work for the touring Montana Rep show that travels all over the US. This year the show is Leading Ladies. Summer of 2010 I may go back to work for Four Winds, for Paul's first year as director. And then I would either apply to work at Oregon Shakes, or in California, Las Vegas, Virginia, Seattle, Portland, or Boston. I name these cities because of family connections or strong faculty connections that could get me a job.

1 comment:

Meaghan said...

1) If you do not work at Four Winds at all, and I end up working there I will be slightly disappointed.
2) You should work in San Fran, lots of work for you out here. Nods.