Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
For young people, by young people.
High school marks the first big strategic moment in your life. It's during this time when you start looking to your future and take some big decisions into your own hands, such as what subjects to choose, whether you should go to university, and if so, what to study.
The Growing Foxes SI5 programme provides a robust framework through which you can explore the various elements crucial to consider as you tackle this big question.
But, setting direction for your life is hard. It's a big call. Sometimes it can feel overwhelming.
Hearing from others who were in your shoes not too long ago is a great way to explore different paths. What are some of their insights? What advice would they pass on to their younger selves? What's it like in the world of work?
In one area of the Growing Foxes SI5 programme, we asked a diverse group of foxes, all roughly 10-15 years out of school, to reflect on their journeys which brought them to where they find themselves now.
They're frank, occasionally funny, and foxy to their core.
The first question we asked them was: What did you want to be when you were younger?
Here's what a few of them had to say...