For over three years, Shane Bybee has been serving to households put together for school by way of his tutoring enterprise Bybee College Prep. Now he’s persevering with that mission by way of his new weekly podcast, “Let’s Talk College.”
A lifetime educator and teacher, Shane has at all times revered how troublesome the faculty admissions course of could be. Since he went to varsity 30 years in the past, Shane has seen college students apply to extra schools, obtain even fewer acceptance letters and have a more durable time entering into their faculty of alternative. However whereas Shane helps put together college students for school, he’s additionally getting a firsthand account of the admissions course of by way of “Let’s Speak School.”
“The concept is to speak with college students, mother and father I’ve labored with up to now, and get an thought of what you’re doing now, how you bought there and what was the faculty path was like for you,” Shane remarks in his first episode. “However largely, it’s only a dialog. It’s simply speaking about what you’re doing and the place you might be.”
The primary three episodes had been launched final week and has Shane sitting down with a College of Colorado Boulder graduate, a present New York College senior and a father or mother of a Texas A&M College pupil. Shane says he needs to incorporate a number of views to get a holistic image of the faculty expertise for his listeners.
“One of many functions of the podcast is to speak to folks and make clear that there’s not one path,” Shane says. “I feel some folks have this view that with the intention to achieve success, you could go to considered one of these elite faculties. That’s not the one approach you’re going to achieve success. That’s not the one approach you’re going to get to your targets.”
Above all, Shane hopes to indicate folks easy methods to comply with their ardour and achieve success of their instructional aspirations on the similar time.
“I’m all about do what you’re keen about,” Shane says. “Do what you get pleasure from. Do what you’re good at. In the event you do what you’re good at, issues will handle themselves.”