Marette Hahn never will forget the day a freshly minted Grand Canyon University graduate dropped into her office, the big, bright, wide world rolling out the red carpet for him, spilling out all of its possibilities.
It was the summer after he graduated, his premed degree in biology still fresh in his hand. He was going to be a doctor.
His parents wanted him to be a doctor.
“But he had no desire to go into medical school,” Hahn said.
The student admitted to her, after four long years of climbing up that wall of chemistry and physics and calculus, “I hate it. I don’t want anything to do with it.”
Then came THE question: “Now what do I do?”