CHS Hosted 76 Alumni for Career Day
Seventy-six Catholic High School graduates representing 59 professions were on the school campus Friday morning, March 17, as part of CHS Career Day.
Career Day was designed to give students an understanding of the education and preparation requirements to enter each profession. It also provided students an opportunity to consider all aspects of the profession, see how each speaker prepared for that field and see what a typical day is like for each professional.
Careers represented included accounting, acting, architecture, legal profession, medicine, military service, fire fighting, engineering, education, law enforcement, broadcasting, politics, musicians, criminology, business owners and computer technology, to name a few.
Career Day was sponsored by the Catholic High School Alumni Office and the Guidance Office.