TheLadders takes time to help shape tomorrow's leaders at a local high school career day.
By Rachel Kessous
Last week, we held our third annual Career Day at Richard R. Green High School of Teaching. Career Day is an afternoon when professionals from across the city come to the school to speak with our students in small classroom settings about their career paths and industries. The big idea, of course, is to expose our students to careers they may never have even heard of through a compelling personal connection, in hopes of inspiring them to pursue whatever it is that they really love and are excited about during and after college.
What’s unique about this event is that every single one of our 550 students, regardless of academic standing or self-motivation, gets to participate.