Stanley Bronstein Interviews Karen Wrolson


Karen dropped out of high school when she was 17. For several years, she bounced around doing odd things like cleaning houses and working at a 7-11. At the age of 23, she finally decided she was tired of cleaning people’s toilets and got her GED high school equivalency diploma. She says that didn’t change her life all that much. One week, she signed up for a workshop that actually paid people to go to it! During the workshop, they helped her write her resume and practice interviews. They encouraged her to consider going to college. She was shocked, as she thought she didn’t have the intellect to go to college. Well, they kept encouraging her and they helped her fill out a form for financial assistance. When she was approved for a loan, she decided to give college a try.

Zoom forward – She fell in love with college and now has a Master’s Degree in Counseling as well as a Master’s Degree in Education. During her professional career, she was approached to work with at-risk adolescents who were failing in school. Drawn to the opportunity, she spent the next 22 years working with many at-risk teenagers. They suffered from many things, including school anxiety, drug and alcohol use, depression, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, and parental abuse.


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