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Dear Career Day Speakers:

Spurgeon staff would like you to participate in our Career Day on May 28, 2010 from 8:00 am to 12 pm. It is of great importance that our students come in contact with you and your career. Your presence at Spurgeon will give our students a wealth of information for future opportunities.

Please plan for a 30-35 minute presentation, with a 5 minute period for student questions. You may bring artifacts, pamphlets or informational displays. You may include in your presentation, but are not limited to the following question: Who was an influential in your life? How did you decide on your respective career? What are the requirements for a post secondary education for your career? What skills are necessary for the career? What are your primary job responsibilities? How much do you make? What is a typical day for you? What is the best and the worst thing(s) about your career? In addition, what are the goals for continued growth?

Thank you for your consideration in helping our students see the possibilities of their future careers.

There will be 3 sessions:

***8:00am – 8:49am in the Library for Continental Breakfast, Meet other speakers, Get assigned room & Map

First session starts at 8:49 am – 9:35 am 2nd period

Nutrition 3A 9:35 am – 9:50 am (depends on classroom #)

Second session 9:54 am – 10:39 am Period 3A

or (depends on classroom)

9:39 am -10:24 am Period 3B

Nutrition 3B 10:24 am – 10:39 am (depends on classroom #)

Third session (Last) 10:43 am – 11:28 am Period 4

***Debrief, Lunch is on your own with reduced price in the Staff Lounge/Cafeteria.

Please email or call me back to confirm your status as a guest speaker as soon as possible. Thank you.

Tina Tran, MA
Counselor, 8th grade; 6th M-Z
Santa Ana Unified School District
Spurgeon Intermediate School
2701 W. Fifth Street
Santa Ana, CA 92703

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4 thoughts on “Spurgeon Intermediate to hold a Career Day on May 28”
    1. melissa,

      For career day? I would suggest you stick to your school’s dress code. That should suffice.

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