The Springfield High School is excited to host the First Annual Career Day on Friday, March 2nd, 2018. As we rapidly approach this momentous event, we need your help! We are looking for individuals from varied careers and workplace experiences to meet and offer insight to sophomores and juniors. Our goal is to introduce students to the wide array of careers available to them. We value each and every career path that our students may pursue.
We are looking for employees from a variety of fields and job types to share with our students what an average day looks like as well as the path they took to arrive at their jobs. The Career Day will be an opportunity for our students to interact and learn from your valuable experiences. Many of our students are unaware of the career opportunities available to them; this is a fantastic way to help shape our students' potential career paths.
The Career Day will run from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM beginning with a keynote speaker and followed by three breakout sessions of a half-hour each. Students will have the opportunity to self-select their sessions; our aim is to provide the students with the widest variety of vocational experiences possible. This is where we need your help! All that we ask of the visiting professionals is that they commit to a minimum of one breakout session, which would essentially equate to one hour of their time. Of course, if you have the time, we would love for you to participate in all three sessions giving our students even more opportunities to learn about your career. Professionals interested in attending do not need to live in the Springfield or Morton communities.
If you or someone you know is interested, please fill out the Career Day Interest Form.pdf and either mail it to Springfield High School, 49 West Leamy Avenue, Springfield, PA 19064, ATTN: Mr. Robert Henry or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer to submit your letter of interest online, please complete this Google form. For further information, please contact Academy Planner, Rob Henry, at 610-938-6192.
Springfield and Morton communities, we need your help in making this a successful event that will shape the futures of students for years to come.