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APW Junior-Senior High Students Explore Careers

PARISH – Students had the opportunity to speak with representatives from a variety of occupational specialties at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District’s Career Exploration Night, held at APW Junior-Senior High School.

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Mother and daughter Melissa and Cassidy McConnell speak with Nicole Cortes, Rehabilitation Director of Preferred Therapy, at APW Junior-Senior High School’s Career Exploration Night.

Among the many organizations present were the New York State Police, the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation, Camden Renewable Energy Systems, Tailwater Lodge, SUNY Oswego Robotics, United States Postal Service, Apex Precision Machining, Preferred Therapy, Hillside Family of Agencies and more.

The students were able to talk with representatives from these organizations about the career opportunities available through them and discuss the training and education necessary to acquire those positions.