Sixth and seventh-grade students at the recently had the opportunity to explore possible career paths as part of their Career Discovery Day.
Various speakers visited with students in their classrooms over the course of the day and spoke about their careers and fields of work. Speakers also discussed the types of training and education needed in their fields, in addition to how they were influenced to pursue their careers.
Visitors represented various career fields including emergency medicine, human resources, graphic design, legal careers, physical therapy, law enforcement and small businesses.
“You really need to keep your options open,” guest speaker and associate attorney
Michael Scarpa told students. “Money is great, but your happiness is equally as important.” Scarpa shared with students what inspired him to become a lawyer.