First Virtual Grade 11 Career Day Set to Debut
A new platform, fresh format, and a host of first-time speakers will highlight Grade 11 Career Day at St. Michael’s College School (SMCS) this academic year.
Among the scheduled speakers: a paralympian, a PhD, and a media relations staff member of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Grade 11 Career Day at SMCS is designed to serve up a menu of professions and occupations for students to learn about as they prepare to consider post-secondary plans and future jobs.
The annual event supplements a host of resources provided across the school throughout the year to help students discern their career path, including: experiential learning opportunities, Student Affairs initiatives, guidance counselling sessions, practicums, and other activities.
Here’s a snapshot of what to expect for Grade 11 Career Day 2021:
BY THE NUMBERS
|207||Grade 11 students|
|16||Grade 11 Career Days held annually in its modern day form|
Computer engineering (AI), Media, Retail, Acting, Fashion, Business, Biopharmaceuticals, Athletics
|2021 theme||Follow your passion|
It is possible, if you think it is.
Think outside the box and make a difference
|Organizers||Luciano Volpe ’93|
John Walsh ’73 (Community & Learning Partnerships)
Grade 11 Career Day will be held on Tuesday, March 2, 2021.