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Volunteer Opportunity: Career Day 2019 at Jeremiah Burke High School

We need volunteers to visit Jeremiah Burke High School to participate in career panels or skills workshops. Open to all Professionals!

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About this Event
Join NSBE Boston on December 4th, 2019 for a Career Day visit to Jeremiah Burke High School in Dorchester, MA.

The goal of this event is to increase the number of students interested in STEM careers, create opportunities for professionals of color to inspire students in Boston and help students get familiar with different career options and resources available to them.

Your Role as a Volunteer – Visit high school students and participate in career panels and/or career workshop presentation. Provide students and teachers with opportunities that showcase the relevant connections between class work and real life career experiences. Introduce students to career opportunities in STEM and resources available for success in their chosen careers. Create a partnership for networking with students and teachers. No more than 2 hours of your time required for this event.

Schedule of events and participation details will be provided in the coming weeks.

Date: Wednesday, December 4th, 2019
Time: 8am – 12:30pm

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Please email membership@nsbeboston.org if you have any questions about the Career Day visit.

About Jeremiah Burke School
Jeremiah E. Burke High School is a public, magnet school located in Dorchester, MA and part of the Boston Public Schools system. It has over 400 students in grades 9-12. The school features a new school library, cafeteria, kitchen, gymnasium, visual and performing arts studios, family center, renovated classrooms, science and computer labs, and offices. The Burke High school was first opened in 1934 and was named after Jeremiah E. Burke, a superintendent of the Boston Public school.


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