Career Day @ Stimson

Registered Nurse Kathleen Ugenti talks about nursing careers and how nurses stay safe in our increasingly complex world.
Registered Nurse Kathleen Ugenti talks about nursing careers and how nurses stay safe in our increasingly complex world.
Accountant Teena Nguyen surprises students with an informational presentation of how a career in accounting can also lay the foundation to many areas in the business world.
Accountant Teena Nguyen surprises students with an informational presentation of how a career in accounting can also lay the foundation to many areas in the business world.
David Rankel, also an accountant shows students how accounting will play a role in their everyday lives, event if they don’t realize it yet.
David Rankel, also an accountant shows students how accounting will play a role in their everyday lives, event if they don’t realize it yet.
Christine Mondry, a video editor, peaks students interest in an area that is rapidly expanding.
Christine Mondry, a video editor, peaks students interest in an area that is rapidly expanding.
Left to right: Ms. Zamow and Ms. Engels set the tone for their students to
Left to right: Ms. Zamow and Ms. Engels set the tone for their students to "Dress for Success."
Dianne Martin an Executive Director for a large Non-Profit in New York talks with students about the corporate world.
Dianne Martin an Executive Director for a large Non-Profit in New York talks with students about the corporate world.

Ask any student at Stimson Middle School what they want to be when they grow up and the answers are as varied as they are extensive.  An Account? A Veterinarian? Perhaps a Nurse or an Attorney?  Stimson Middle School’s Annual Career Day is one way for students to learn first-hand about careers they may be interested in.

Our middle school 7th graders were treated to presentations from a vast array of local professionals who fielded questions and talked about what it’s like to be a Psychologist, an FBI Agent, a Computer Programmer or even a Musician. Whether their interests are in public safety, landscape design, personal training, carpentry, real estate, or the law, local professionals whet students’ appetites for making career choices.  Students were invited by their teachers and coordinators of the program, Ms. Engels and Ms. Zamow, to "Dress for Success" to meet these professionals.  It was a great day for the 7th grade Home and Career students!

We would like to thank the following community members for volunteering their time at Stimson Middle School’s Annual Career Day: Mr. John Deitch, Mr. Chris Williams, Mrs. Denise Robinson, Mr. Robert Fisher, Mr. Anthony Davi, Mrs. Christine Mondry, Mrs. Teena Nguyen, Mrs. Kathleen Ugenti, Mrs. Dianne Martin, Ms. Ronella Manhoralall, Mr. David Rankel, Mr. Jack Papaiacovou, Ms. Cindy Wift, Mr. Ray Matusa, Mrs. Kerry Jaffee, Mrs. Erica Jenkins, Dr. Heidi Hoefer, Mrs. Genneth Banting, Mrs. Lisa Fullerton, Mr. Michael Holzman, Mr. Steve Kellerman, Mr. Pete Carey, Mr. Pat Nicolino, and Mrs. Laura Carey.