“Actually, when I first applied to BU I went, I was going to go to the School of Music, but I decided I would never make it as a performer. So I switched over to education thinking that I was really interested in teaching. Then I realized that I actually didn’t to want to teach in a traditional classroom, I don’t know that I actually believe in super traditional education and I didn’t want to be part of that system. So I went to my adviser and I said, You know, I really like working with people with disabilities. I think what I want to do, I want to teach them somehow but not in a school. And he said, Oh, you should talk to this guy, he does therapeutic recreation. So I did, and then that’s what I studied. Because, it was like exactly what I wanted to do. I wanted to work with people with disabilities, and I want to teach things, but I did not want to work in the traditional setting.”