Career Day Draws Top Talent from the Community

Dr. Inna Gellerman, a Huntington orthodontist, offered to make personal mouth guards for all school athletes free of charge.  The athletes just have to come in to have an impression made of their teeth.
Dr. Inna Gellerman, a Huntington orthodontist, offered to make personal mouth guards for all school athletes free of charge. The athletes just have to come in to have an impression made of their teeth.

On Wednesday October 28th, the Home and Careers Department at Stimson Middle School hosted their annual fall Career Day.

There was a wide variety of guest speakers who presented in the library all day long. Some of the Home and Careers students got some hands on experience using power drills with Mr. Scheiner who is a contractor.  Costume and Accessory Designer Mrs. Brigitte Linden explained the process of going from inspiration to final product.  She had many artist sketches and costumes to show.  This included the mask from SCREAM, which she designed. 

Dr. Inna Gellerman, who is an orthodontist not only spoke about her career, but also talked in length about many technology related careers that have become part of the process of corrective dentistry.  She has offered to make personal mouth guards for all school athletes free of charge.  The athletes just have to come in to have an impression made of their teeth.

Mr. Dave Coletti, the FBI agent “solved” the case of the stolen pencils with a group of students.  Mrs. Engels was found guilty of the crime and handcuffed!  Many of our students were treated to sweet treats from Mrs. Melanie Ruotolo the Chocolatier, and Mrs. Terri Del-Piore who is in candy sales! 

Additional careers that were represented on this day included Advertising, Musician, Attorney, Engineer, Manufacturing and Designing, Information Technology, Clinical psychologist, Plumber, Media Advertising, Social Work, Scientist and Marketing.  A great day was had by all!