Fifth- and sixth-graders continue their explorations of varied career paths through the Career Connections program. Recently, they had the chance to meet local professionals who work in the fields of law, justice and public safety. Visitors included Senior Probation Officer Jill Marie Hoff, Christopher Martin from the regional 911 Center, Fire Marshal Matt Morley, Josh Kuttner, an attorney from the Public Defenders Office, Liz Moore from RIT (GPS mapping) and our own Campus Security Director Bill Sanborn.
This year, we’ve hosted experts in the areas of agriculture, food science, engineering, healthcare, electronics, robotics, programming, energy, technology, advanced manufacturing and more. This is the fourth year for the program, which gives students in our Middle School the opportunity to connect what they are learning in the classroom to real-world jobs and career directions.
Feature photo: Attorney Josh Kuttner introduces students to a career in law.
This page: Probation Officer Jill Marie Hoff with a group of interested middle school students.