Career Night Thursday, Dec. 4 at WCHS

Windsor Central High School and the Greater Binghamton Education Outreach Program, an affiliate organization of the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce, is hosting an evening event to explore career opportunities in our region. will host a career night on Tuesday, December 4 from 5:30pm-7:00pm. The event is open to students, families and community members.
People will be able to connect with representatives about:
• Full-time employment 
• Part-time employment
• Seasonal employment 
• Career exploration 
Career Counselor Heather Noyd and Middle School Guidance Counselor Andrea White are going to work prepare students who attended the Windsor Strong summer program for the event. That program is for middle school students, who have chosen at least three businesses they’d like to meet with. 
“We will go over the businesses coming and have students target professionals they would like to speak with. Then students will go through soft skills stations led by our Mentors from the high school,” said Noyd. 
Noyd is also working with juniors and seniors in the High School to prepare them for the career night.
“Students will learn about what professionals are coming and what current high school openings they have. I will also be going into classrooms to work with students on developing their resumes to have in hand for the event,” said Noyd. 
Family members as well as students will be able to explore the job openings.
“We are excited for this opportunity for members of our community. Students have the opportunity to not only set up potential employment, but meet with professionals and make connections,” said Noyd.
This event is run in conjunction with the District’s Future Ready Knights program, which provides students with opportunities to explore seven career fields of interest: Agriculture, Business/Finance, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Health Care and Trades. 
“The goal of our Future Ready Knights program is not only to prepare students for a range of 21st-century careers, but also show them how the opportunity to pursue those careers exist right here in Broome County.  What better way than to show them and their families the jobs available right now in our area,” said Dr. Jason Andrews, Superintendent of the Windsor Central School District. 
Through partnerships developed with local employers, students will have the ability to learn about career options, tour local businesses, receive hands-on training and begin to build their own professional network.
These events are a part of the Broome Talent Taskforce initiative and in partnership with The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce, The Agency and Broome-Tioga Workforce, with support from the Klee Foundation.
This event was rescheduled from its original date of November 15. For a list of businesses to be represented at the event, click here

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