Second Annual Career Day
43 different government agencies,
businesses, colleges and non-profits.
More than 900 students.
March 12th and 13th marked the Second Annual Cesar Chavez High School Career and College Days! Juniors and Seniors who had previously passed their California High School Exit Exams (CaHSEE) rotated through three workshops of 45 minutes each to hear from lawyers and doctors, nurses and professional sales people, builders and reporters, law enforcement officials and city employees. Even Anthony Silva, City of Stockton Mayor gave two presentations on what it’s like to run for office! We would like to thank the following for helping make our Second Annual Career and College Days a huge success!
March 12th Presentations
AJ Russo, California Department of Fish and Game
Anthony Silva, City of Stockton Mayor
Ben Garcia, Condor Earth Technologies
Cheri Wells RNC, MSN, San Joaquin Delta College Nursing Faculty
City of Stockton Careers in Government Panel
City of Stockton Public Safety Panel
David Tygett, Professional Sales
Don Maszewski, Beloved Sister
Dr. Derron Lee, Midtown Optometry
Dr. Walter Wager, Sutter Gould
Ffjorren Zolfaghar, San Joaquin Magazine
Homer Zarzuela, State of California Department of Transportation
Jamie Ryker, Kroloff Law Firm
Jim Johnson, Stockton Arena
Julia Tyack, City of Lodi Transportation Planner
Justice William J Murray Jr., Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District
Kenn Chiong, San Joaquin County Probation Department = Juvenile Division
Marci Arredondo, City of Stockton Deputy City Attorney
Michael Self and Renee Puig, Stockton Builders’ Exchange
Monique Orr, Stockton Unified School District Energy Education Specialist
Officer Stephen Choi, Merced Police Department
Roger Phillips and Katie Combs, The Record
Vanessa Barberis and Sushil Yadav, Waste Management
March 13th Presentations
AmeriCorps City Year
California State University East Bay
California State University Stanislaus
Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
United States Air Force
United States Army
United States Coast Guard
United States Marines
United States Navy
Mentors Needed for 8th Graders
Once again, we are opening up applications for current Chavez students to be mentors for visiting 8th Graders! If you are interested, please click on the link below and fill out the application form. You will be contacted prior to the visits. Attendance, discipline and grades will be checked. Thank you!
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