Montgomery Middle School Students Eye Careers
2012-05-28 · By San Diego Unified School District News
Montgomery Middle School was the site of a
recent gathering of members of some very interesting careers — ranging
from videographers to archaeologists, nurses to translators, as the
school’s 2012 Career Fair had the theme, “If The Shoe Fits.”
could speak with a variety of professionals from more than 30
businesses, as the students in grades 6-8 work to figure out what fits
for them and how to pick the best educational path.
“I know what I
want to be now,” said eighth grader Allen Hyunh. He was visiting the
Groovy Like A Movie booth and speaking with videographer Brent Altomare.
Groovy Like A Movie is a San Diego-based digital video production
company that produces TV commercials and other programs.
never too early to have our students exploring professions,” said
Jonathan Ton, Montgomery Principal. “Today’s complex professions require
us to begin training students on basic fundamentals right here in
middle school. At Montgomery, we have several classes that start
students on a career path.”
Other professionals on hand included
architects, engineers, athletic trainers, court reporters, language
translators and paramedics. The district’s Office of College, Career and
Technical Education organized the event, as it does for several other
middle schools around the district.
For more information, contact Ralph West, CCTE Program Manager, at (858) 503-1747 or email@example.com.