Victoria Bamburg wants to be a teacher, and come this fall she’ll (hopefully) pursue that dream at Ole Miss.
“I’m not 100 percent sure, but I know I’m majoring in education,” she said. “Hopefully I’ll come back to Shreveport-Bossier to teach.”
The 18-year-old Parkway High School senior plans to go into elementary education, but if she doesn’t make it as an educator, she’s got plenty to fall back on. Bamburg is a singer, too.
“My whole family has been musically inclined on my moms side,” she said. “ My grandfather, aunt, mom, sister — they all love music. I’ve played instruments, but singing is what I like to do. I’ve been singing forever.”
She’s also into video editing, and while teaching and singing don’t necessarily go together, they may in Bamburg’s future. She’s already created a number of promo videos for her high school, and she said she wants to eventually have her own camera. But right now, it’s just a little out of her price range.
“I think it’d be cool to have some involvement in social media,” she said.
Bamburg currently works at Simply Chic boutique in Bossier City where she helps do their social media. She’s also a member of the Talented Arts Program, cheer, student council and Parkway’s Red Jackets.
You can check out one of her videos below:
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