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Seniors share plans for the future

Gracie Robbins will be attending MSU-B and studying to get her masters in psychology to either be a therapist or a counselor. She got accepted and is filling out scholarship applications to help with the expenses. Robbins has done a lot of research on the psychology program at MSU-B and is shooting for getting her masters in five years instead of six, and plans to start in August.
Jenny Tecca is heading over to MSU after spending the summer cleaning Airbnb’s with Key Montana. Tecca is working on her grades right now, to graduate on a good note. She’s going to study Spanish at MSU’s Languages program to one day become a flight attendant.
Kae DeVries plans to work a ton after graduating from Park High at Neptune’s, but also at Key Montana with Tecca, cleaning Airbnb’s. After she’s saved up a substantial amount of money, DeVries plans to go to college for either Paleontology or an Art degree for digital animation or video game design. She’d like to attend Louisiana State and continue playing trumpet, “because they have a really really really really really good Pep Band.”
In a few months, William Tyner is going to submit his papers to serve a two year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. After he gets back he has a loose plan to either go to college in Utah, or head down to Arizona to find work. He would like to study Congressional Law. Right now he’s focusing on graduating and filling out his mission papers.
James Melin is going to work at the Yellowstone Angler over the summer, a fly fishing shop. He, like Tyner, would like to serve a mission. After that he plans to attend the University of Arizona for Film and Cultural Studies, maybe look into Culinary Arts. Right now Melin is looking into jobs and living areas in Arizona, and saving up money for school.
Madison Wetzel and Katherine Canner-Bray will attend MSU in the fall, Wetzel for a Nursing degree, and Canner-Bray for General Studies, and Equine Sciences later. Right now both seniors are working through a long online orientation, and watching a lot of videos to prepare.

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