Career Connections brings experts to the classroom to introduce fifth- and sixth-graders to potential career paths and in-demand job skills.
Call for Workshop Leaders!Community Members, Parents, Alumni: Career Connections needs experts like YOU.
Be part of the program and share what you know. We need guest speakers on agriculture, food science, engineering, healthcare, public service, electronics, robotics, computer programming, renewable energy, sustainability, architecture, graphic arts, communication, advanced manufacturing, skilled trades, law, public safety, technology and GPS/GIS.
If you or your employer is able to help out, please contact Andrea Lynch
or Patti Saucke
.Feature photo: Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES CTE electrical program student Holden Hewlett helps budding engineers assemble electronic circuitry using Snap Circuits.
This page: In a recent Electronics, Robotics and Computer Programming Career Connections, students explored HTML coding and web design with Mastodon Design’s Sr. Software Engineer Avezou Petit-Frere.