Students get connected to careers

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Submitted/Submitted/Pictured is Megan Rodden of Longport Media Group speaking with interested students Kelli Kyle and Allie Horn. Submitted/Submitted/Pictured is Megan Rodden of Longport Media Group speaking with interested students Kelli Kyle and Allie Horn.

On Wednesday, Dec. 5 students at Egg Harbor Township High School had the opportunity to meet with professionals from various fields. It was a way for students to learn what options are available to them for careers and have their questions answered by the experts. Some of the professionals represented included Ocean Heights Chiropractic, a social worker from Gilda's Club, Longport Media Group, Shore Beauty School and One Stop Career Center. Military personnel were also present.

Submitted/Michael Salerno of SOSH Architects presents on the field as students such as Tawsif Sarker and Kaitlyn Davis observe. Submitted/Michael Salerno of SOSH Architects presents on the field as students such as Tawsif Sarker and Kaitlyn Davis observe.

Submitted/Ernestine Woody of Pleasantville's Youth Works provides information to a group of students on job readiness, skills and resume writing. Submitted/Ernestine Woody of Pleasantville's Youth Works provides information to a group of students on job readiness, skills and resume writing.

Subumitted/Nipur Desai of Ocean Heights Chiropractic speaks with student, Javier Hernandez, 18 at Egg Harbor Township High School's Career Fair held on Dec. 5. Subumitted/Nipur Desai of Ocean Heights Chiropractic speaks with student, Javier Hernandez, 18 at Egg Harbor Township High School's Career Fair held on Dec. 5.


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