Abington area professionals visit Clarks Summit Elementary School for career day


Clarks Summit Elementary School held its Eighth Annual Career Day for Abington Heights School District fourth grade students, providing an opportunity for them to gain exposure to the world of work. Fourteen professionals from the area volunteered their time and knowledge to help make this day a success and the event was organized by elementary school guidance counselors Jason Munley and Jacquelyn Gaidula. First row, from left, Rosemary Gownley, food scientist; Kelly Healey, lawyer; Dr. Linda Nestor, vet; Margo Longstreet, certified vet tech and Kelly Cardone, animal behavior specialist, with Kat the Border Collie. Second row, Joe Meis, business executive; Marc Tobin, illustrator; Rick Bacon, park ranger; Dr. Christopher Andres, doctor; Kunihiko Matsui, architect; Dr. Joseph Karam, orthodontist; Clarks Summit Police Officer Edward Orzalek; Clarks Summit Police Chief Chris Yarns and Clarks Summit Police Officer Mary Crespo.


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Clarks Summit Elementary School held its Eighth Annual Career Day for Abington Heights School District fourth grade students, providing an opportunity for them to gain exposure to the world of work. Fourteen professionals from the area volunteered their time and knowledge to help make this day a success and the event was organized by elementary school guidance counselors Jason Munley and Jacquelyn Gaidula. First row, from left, Rosemary Gownley, food scientist; Kelly Healey, lawyer; Dr. Linda Nestor, vet; Margo Longstreet, certified vet tech and Kelly Cardone, animal behavior specialist, with Kat the Border Collie. Second row, Joe Meis, business executive; Marc Tobin, illustrator; Rick Bacon, park ranger; Dr. Christopher Andres, doctor; Kunihiko Matsui, architect; Dr. Joseph Karam, orthodontist; Clarks Summit Police Officer Edward Orzalek; Clarks Summit Police Chief Chris Yarns and Clarks Summit Police Officer Mary Crespo.

Clarks Summit Elementary School held its Eighth Annual Career Day for Abington Heights School District fourth grade students, providing an opportunity for them to gain exposure to the world of work. Fourteen professionals from the area volunteered their time and knowledge to help make this day a success and the event was organized by elementary school guidance counselors Jason Munley and Jacquelyn Gaidula. First row, from left, Rosemary Gownley, food scientist; Kelly Healey, lawyer; Dr. Linda Nestor, vet; Margo Longstreet, certified vet tech and Kelly Cardone, animal behavior specialist, with Kat the Border Collie. Second row, Joe Meis, business executive; Marc Tobin, illustrator; Rick Bacon, park ranger; Dr. Christopher Andres, doctor; Kunihiko Matsui, architect; Dr. Joseph Karam, orthodontist; Clarks Summit Police Officer Edward Orzalek; Clarks Summit Police Chief Chris Yarns and Clarks Summit Police Officer Mary Crespo.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_ABJ-Career-Day.jpgClarks Summit Elementary School held its Eighth Annual Career Day for Abington Heights School District fourth grade students, providing an opportunity for them to gain exposure to the world of work. Fourteen professionals from the area volunteered their time and knowledge to help make this day a success and the event was organized by elementary school guidance counselors Jason Munley and Jacquelyn Gaidula. First row, from left, Rosemary Gownley, food scientist; Kelly Healey, lawyer; Dr. Linda Nestor, vet; Margo Longstreet, certified vet tech and Kelly Cardone, animal behavior specialist, with Kat the Border Collie. Second row, Joe Meis, business executive; Marc Tobin, illustrator; Rick Bacon, park ranger; Dr. Christopher Andres, doctor; Kunihiko Matsui, architect; Dr. Joseph Karam, orthodontist; Clarks Summit Police Officer Edward Orzalek; Clarks Summit Police Chief Chris Yarns and Clarks Summit Police Officer Mary Crespo. Submitted photo
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