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GCCISD 7th Annual Career Night a Success
01/31/2019

 


Ja’Vaughn Gillum (right), a senior at Goose Creek Memorial High School, and his mother Dawn Chavis talk to Randal O’Brien, Goose Creek CISD superintendent, about post-secondary options at Goose Creek CISD’s recent 7th Annual Career Night at Robert E. Lee High School.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Ja’Vaughn Gillum (right), a senior at Goose Creek Memorial High School, and his mother Dawn Chavis talk to Randal O’Brien, Goose Creek CISD superintendent, about post-secondary options at Goose Creek CISD’s recent 7th Annual Career Night at Robert E. Lee High School.

 


 

 


Eric Farquhar (middle), a senior at Robert E. Lee High School, tries out virtual welding with Gerald Miller (left) of Coastal Welding Supply and Jason Hartman of Miller Welding at their booth at the 7th Annual Career Night for Goose Creek CISD students

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Eric Farquhar (middle), a senior at Robert E. Lee High School, tries out virtual welding with Gerald Miller (left) of Coastal Welding Supply and Jason Hartman of Miller Welding at their booth at the 7th Annual Career Night for Goose Creek CISD students

 


 


Ian DeTorre, a seventh-grader at Baytown Junior School, tries out a riot shield and baton while discussing career options with representatives (from left) Stacey LeBlanc, senior warden; Officer Robyn Lacy and Captain Bruce Katchmark from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at Goose Creek CISD’s 7th Annual Career Night at Robert E. Lee High School.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Ian DeTorre, a seventh-grader at Baytown Junior School, tries out a riot shield and baton while discussing career options with representatives (from left) Stacey LeBlanc, senior warden; Officer Robyn Lacy and Captain Bruce Katchmark from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at Goose Creek CISD’s 7th Annual Career Night at Robert E. Lee High School.

 


Bailey Freeman (left), a junior at Robert E. Lee High School, talks with Chef Kylie Sobczak from Stuart Career Tech High School and Chef Ginger Zoidis from Robert E. Lee High School about the Culinary Arts program while attending the recent 7th Annual Career Night for all GCCISD students.

Photo by Susan Passmore

Bailey Freeman (left), a junior at Robert E. Lee High School, talks with Chef Kylie Sobczak from Stuart Career Tech High School and Chef Ginger Zoidis from Robert E. Lee High School about the Culinary Arts program while attending the recent 7th Annual Career Night for all GCCISD students.

 

GCCISD 7th Annual Career Night a Success

By Susan Passmore

Goose Creek CISD’s recent 7th Annual Career Night, hosted by the GCCISD Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department and held at Robert E. Lee High School, provided an opportunity for students and parents to meet business and industry professionals as well as representatives from high school and post-secondary programs and technical schools all in one location.

 

High School Option Information Sessions were available with presentations on the career academies – STEM at Robert E. Lee High School, Global Business at Goose Creek Memorial High School and Health Science at Ross S. Sterling High School – and IMPACT Early College High School, Stuart Career Center, Stuart Career Tech High School and the Cosmetology program. College and Career Readiness counselors assisted with FAFSA applications.

 

“ “We had more than 200 students in attendance,” said Monica Swift, Student Workforce Connection liaison. “Thirty companies were represented as well as 12 post-secondary institutions or programs. This was the perfect place for students and parents to learn about the many different careers and pathways available to them. The GCCISD CTE Department wishes to thank the 126 representatives and volunteers, including 31 cluster teachers, for their assistance in making this a successful event.”

 

 


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