MOUNT WASHINGTON - Shortly after Darrell Vincent graduated with bachelor’s degrees in physics and electrical engineering in 1992, he had a career at a major corporation and a bright future ahead of him.
But after a while he became dissatisfied with his job and wondered what else was out there.
“I just wasn’t happy with what I was doing,” Vincent said.
He enjoyed science and wanted to coach high school sports, so he considered becoming a teacher. And so he did.