Rain
48°FRainFull Forecast

Community members talk about their careers at Sandwich Middle School

Published: Thursday, March 16, 2017 5:30 a.m. CDT
Caption
(Photo provided)
Sandwich Middle School sixth-graders had a chance to listen to several professional community members talk about their careers during Career Day at the school on March 3. Each presenter brought in visuals to show students about what they do on a daily basis, talked about their schooling, and truly inspired students to start thinking about their future. Pictured in the back row (from left) are Aaron Hill (firefighter), Christina Anderson (safety consultant), Ken Phillippo (contractor), Kat Fish (paramedic), Kevin Tindall (Kane County Bomb Squad) and Lance Pahle (police officer). In the front row are Maria Broce and Billie Luckey (labor and delivery nurses), Michelle Kujawski (global scientific director for CVM) and Edward Franklin (supply chain). School officials send a huge thank you to the presenters for taking the day off work to be with the sixth-grade staff and students.

Sandwich Middle School sixth-graders had a chance to listen to several professional community members talk about their careers during Career Day at the school on March 3. Each presenter brought in visuals to show students about what they do on a daily basis, talked about their schooling, and truly inspired students to start thinking about their future. Pictured in the back row (from left) are Aaron Hill (firefighter), Christina Anderson (safety consultant), Ken Phillippo (contractor), Kat Fish (paramedic), Kevin Tindall (Kane County Bomb Squad) and Lance Pahle (police officer). In the front row are Maria Broce and Billie Luckey (labor and delivery nurses), Michelle Kujawski (global scientific director for CVM) and Edward Franklin (supply chain). School officials send a huge thank you to the presenters for taking the day off work to be with the sixth-grade staff and students.