Teacher Eugene Gisbon: Today we’ve got an activity for you guys to do and, pretty much what I want you guys to think about is, when you grow up
what would you like to be? Pupil 1: I drew a lawyer. I like being able to
defend somebody who might be innocent or and maybe sometimes to bring some
closure to a family that have gone through a hard time. Pupil 2: I want to join the army because when I’m older I want to be someone who is able to defend our
country and protect those who I love. Eugene: I think getting them to think about the careers and where they see themselves as adults is so important. It brings a big wide purpose to, to education in general. Pupil 3: I drew a judge uniform. Pupil 4: I want to be a robotics engineer. Pupil 5: I want to be an actress and I drew an Oscar award because I want to go far. Pupil 6: I want to be a vet. Pupil 7: I want to a chef: Pupil 8: I want to be a surgeon. Pupil 9: I want to be a policeman. Eugene: It was really easy to run Drawing the Future as an activity in the classroom. Everything that I needed was provided. I think it’s a really good opportunity for students to put down on paper what their dreams
and aspirations might be. Yeah, it was really really good to see just the discussions and people just talking about themselves in the future.