Letter: Students hear from professionals on careers
To the Editors:
The Middlebrook School Counseling Department and Wilton Education Foundation recently co-sponsored their annual Career Awareness Day. We appreciate the tireless efforts of Michelle Tupper and Renee Cahill from the Wilton Education Foundation Career Awareness Day Committee. We would like to recognize the 66 professionals who shared their time and expertise with the Middlebrook students. This event is just one example of the tremendous support our local community provides for our educational programs.
Career awareness at the middle school level is an integral part of the developmental guidance curriculum and provides a unique opportunity for our students to learn about a variety of careers. The students will benefit from new information gathered during Career Awareness Day as they begin to consider their future plans.
The following professionals presented during Middlebrook School Career Awareness Day on March 16, 2016:
Yoshie Akimoto, Jennifer Andre, James Barker, Chris Calabrese, Marina Campbell, Elena Carroll, Bob Caruso, Lars Cherichetti, David Clune, Dion Cocoros, Jennifer Connolly, Larry Cooper, David Cristini, Shawn Cummings, Kathy Drake, Andrew Driver, Michael Ferro, Howard Fields, David Frankel, Dan Ginsburg, B. Scott Gioffre, Ashley Gouveia, Eric Gurian, Laime Hattenbach, Bipul Jha, Tyler Kepner, Jonathan Kirschner, Miki Lasher, Deborah List, Kevin Luchetta, Jacqui Luther, Diane MacLean, Alison Mark, Laura Martins, TaraLeigh Masterson, Brian McGovern, Amanda Medalla, Kelli Mills, Karen Morneau, Jim O’Brien, Kristi Olds, Surajit Pal, Dean Pellicano, Bob Riccio, Kevin Ring, Jessica Rutherford, Robert Ryan, Karen Sakowitz, Frank Sessa, John Sexton, Tushar Shah, Guarav Sharma, Janani Sharma, Rebecca Shroyer-Mrakovlic, Tim Silver, Maura Sparks, Michelle Sperry, Sandy Stein, Lisa Storch, A. Vandiveer Strait, Nicole Thornbrough, Victor Vitarelli, Ken Vogel, Cassandra Wetzel, Chrysula Winegar, Taurus Wright and Ted Young.
Bill Gerundo, Anne McManus, Bonnie O’Brien
Wilton, April 1