Principal Bob Klemt and daughters. Credits: Tamara Von Ouhl-Kremer
Tamara von Ouhl-Kremer concerned Ferret Owners rescue and Casey Rankine. Credits: Tamara Von Ouhl-Kremer
China Brody and Emergency Medicine. Credits: Tamara Von Ouhl-Kremer
Mrs. Robertson representing Seton Hall and Philip Steaphe. Credits: Tamara Von Ouhl-Kremer
Serena King and Ayana Tapper. Credits: Tamara Von Ouhl-Kremer
June 7, 2014 at 5:16 PM
WEST ORANGE, NJ - On May 22, Liberty Middle School students spent the morning at the annual Career Day where they learned about several different types of careers and opportunities.
Organized by Eighth Grade guidance counselor Stephanie Nesbitt, this year's event provided students with information and hands-on skill training in various occupations.
The United States Army, Concerned Ferret Owners Animal Rescue, Modeling, Mercedes, Emergency Medicine, (who demonstrated how stitches are executed), COPE Center, Best Care Nursing home, Physical Therapy, West Orange Police and Fire Departments, and Seton Hall Prep were there to represent their areas of expertise.
Said social studies teacher Tamara Von Ouhl-Kremer, "The students loved the interaction with these organizations, and the opportunity to view possible job opportunities in the future."