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“I loved the idea of helping young people actually make their dreams for the future a possibility,” Green said.
When asked what her favorite part of the job was, Green paused for a moment to think before lighting up with the perfect response.
“What I love the most is that unlike some other jobs, I get to view a student who has a goal and I get to see the end result of their primary objective over the course of a year,” Green said, adding that it is very rewarding to see how students grow and see how her assistance potentially shapes their goal. “That being said I would say that the most challenging aspect of my job is to see student’s goals being shot down,” she continued. “For example when a student has put in so much hard work in applying to a college just to receive a rejection letter back… that’s definitely the hardest part of my job.”
Ms. Green is a key faculty member in the GHS community. Her unwavering confidence in the students is a key motivational aspect of the college process. She understands and tries to level with the pressure and stress that students endure.
Though the entire GHS staff strives to create a successful academic experience, Ms. Green goes above and beyond to ensure a secure future for the student body.