(PDF with photos) May 11, 2018 – Ridgely Elementary students recently spent a day learning about various careers that may await them in the future.
High School students from Caroline’s Career & Technology Center (CCTC) had the tools of their trade on display, and shared details of the classes that are preparing them for specific professions. Career paths included teaching, early childhood education, computer science, food and beverage management, biomedical, engineering, cosmetology, and advanced manufacturing.
Businesses, community organizations and governmental agencies supported the event by setting up stations to show and share what they do. Guests included Northrup Grumman, WalMart Vision, USDA Wildlife Services, Crabby Greg's, VARCO MAC Security Systems, USDA Mosquito Control, Eaton Family/Tribbett Family Farming and Agriculture, Mid-Atlantic Resource Company, Delmarva Power, DC Fireman/Paramedic, Caroline County Health Department, musician Ashley Mitchell, Tuckahoe State Park, Delmarva Search & Rescue, TriGas & Oil, UPS, Caroline County EMS/911, Ridgely Police Department, and To the Pointe Dance Studio.
Principal Lee Sutton shared, “We appreciate the community taking the time to support the event and spend the day with the students.”
(Event photos are available on the Caroline County Public Schools Flickr page.)