Still in college, but with many dreams ahead, Henry, is glad that he is finishing his college career as he explained how he has tried many different fields. “I am entering my treaty, we have three divisions. Division I, you take a wide variety of courses. Division II, you narrow your focus and you take more specific courses and Division III is your major.”
He finds the sports area really interesting, and he comments how his major will focus around sports: “I’ve started to organize my major. I’m going to write two separate papers, one titled: ” Concussions and retired NFL player health Benefits” and the second paper focuses on the question, can the sports industry be economically profitable and socially valuable?
As any other young student he wants to take advantage of internships in order to learn and gather experience in different fields. Before joining Toonari Post, he had already done different internships. He explains, “I’ve done internships in the past, I worked for the Portland Pirates, which is a minor league hockey team, affiliated with the Buffalo Sabres, in Portland, Maine.
He says that he joined this internship because he wanted to try something different. “I always wanted to experience what it is to be a journalist. I’ve written papers for school but I haven’t really had the chance to do an internship about doing journalism. I am curious with the writing industry, and journalism. I love to read the newspaper, and what grabs my attention is to be behind the scenes, and experience how things happen here every day.
He just wants to take advantage of this experience, he says: “I just want to learn as much as possible, learn to write better. When I write, I write a lot, it’s tough to narrow it down. I love the sports aspect, but I am also interested in Politics.
Since Toonari Post has a wide-range of members from all parts of the world, this is a pretty cool working experience as well, to get to know different cultures. Henry comments, “I feel gratified, since I haven’t really talked to people from many different countries, I haven’t had that experience before.”
Ending his interview he wanted to share a message out there, “Follow your passion, and follow what you want to do. Whatever you passion is it is important”.