Explore Your Future Career Options at Career Pathways Night

Denville, NJ (4/15/24) – The Morris County School of Technology in Denville, located at 400 East Main St, will be holding a Career Pathways Night on May 9 from 6:30 -8:30 PM. It will be held in the school’s gymnasium. 

This free community event, similar to a career fair, is for high school students, parents, employers, teachers, and the public to connect, explore various industries, and discover career pathways. Also, adults seeking new employment opportunities or who want to learn about options for their child after high school can network with industry partners.

 

All are welcome to explore future opportunities!

 

“We are excited to host Career Pathways Night and provide our school community and the surrounding Morris County towns with the resources and information needed to make informed decisions about their careers,” said Lynne Jackson, Principal of High School (2-year) Programs. “This event is a great opportunity for individuals to learn about employment opportunities, post-secondary education, military careers, apprenticeships, industry-recognized credentials, resources available, and more!” 

Attend on May 9th to speak with representatives from Berkeley College, EAS Carpenters Local 254, Universal Technical Institute, Lincoln Tech-Mahwah Campus, S.M.A.R.T. Sheet Metal Workers Local Union #25, Employment Horizons, GAF, Hanover Marriott Hotel, County College of Morris, Verizon, Corby Associates Inc., Tilcon NY Inc, NJ Div. of Disability Services, Fortis Institute, Hope House, Catholic Family & Community Services, Cornerstone Family Programs, Zufall Health, Air Group, Johnstone Supply, Salvatore Minardi Salon, United States Marine Corps, U.S ARMY, and more.

 

Register via Eventbrite to receive a listing of all businesses, organizations, and schools participating. 

Questions, email Gina DiDomenico, Morris County Vocational School District, Student Recruitment & Community Relations, at didomenicog@mcvts.org.

Morris County Vocational School District (MCVSD) offers a wide range of career and technical education programs that inspire and prepare students to succeed in today’s world and pursue tomorrow’s opportunities. Programs range from auto service and construction trades to healthcare sciences, global commerce, performing arts and cybersecurity. The high school offers full-time academies and share-time programs on its Denville campus. In addition, through collaboration with local school districts and the County College of Morris, MCVSD offers full-time academies and share-time programs established at off-site satellite locations. For more information visit  www.mcvts.org

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