Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Three Students Represent MHS at the Annual School to Careers Breakfast

Milton High School students Caitlin O'Connell, Bailey McDonnell, and Neiko Fortes attended the annual School to Careers breakfast on the morning of Wednesday, December 12, at Blue Hills Regional Technical School. MHS has participated in the School to Careers partnership for the past four years. The program exposes students to a variety of fields such as Bio-Engineering, Hospitality, Finance, Health Care, Criminal Justice and the Performing Arts while emphasizing the connections between school and the professional world. At the annual breakfast, student representatives from all participating schools in the program as well as members of the sponsoring vocations shared their experiences and personal gains from the program. Thank you to Mr. Paul Arenburg, Business teacher at Milton High School, for leading the School to Careers partnership at MHS.

Mr. Arenburg and MHS Students with Representative Walter F. Timilty at the School to Careers Breakfast