Einstein High School Hosts First Ever School-Wide Career Day

by MCS Staff

More than 150 guest speakers visited Albert Einstein High School for the school’s first school-wide Career Day. 1,800 students participated in the event earlier this month.

Speakers included Board of Education members Lynne Harris, Grace Rivera-Oven and Julie Yang, and former NFL player Josh Morgan. Other career fields represented included: novelist, lawyer, hair and makeup artist, statistician, computer programmer, TV news production assistant, entrepreneur, EMT/paramedic, chef, realtor, certified public accountant, circuit court administrator, social worker, professors, dentist, and police officer.

County Executive Marc Elrich, a former teacher and graduate of Einstein High School attended the event. He spoke to students about his experiences as a public servant and encouraged them to pursue their passions and never stop learning, according to a tweet from the official account of Montgomery County Government. “What a tremendous endeavor!” tweeted Board of Education member Julie Yang. Montgomery College engagement wrote, “Today was a great day to talk about the work we do at the College for the community during career day at Einstein High School this morning!” Featured photo courtesy of @MCEngage


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