Career Day gives perspective on a wide range of professions
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Call it coming full circle or a visit back to where it all began, but when 2005 Amery High School graduate, Lacey Kamm was asked to describe her experience as a Career Day Presenter, she called it a privilege.
Kamm, a Radiologic Technologist for Amery Hospital and Clinics, was one of approximately 40 professionals who spent a morning describing their job choices to Amery High School students.
Principal Shawn Doerfler said the school has been conducting the program every other year for quite some time. They have shaped it throughout the years and expanded the day to include a large variety of careers. Speakers that morning worked in fields such as: medical, manufacturing, teaching, cosmetology, journalism, interior design, insurance, electricity, agriculture, finance, law enforcement, forestry, human services and computers.