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Career Exploration at CCHS

Andrew Komboura '20 holding a sign that says "Software Engineer"
Surabhi Keesara '20 holding sign that says, "Computer Programer"
Jack Stanislas '19 holding sign that says "Aerospace Engineer"
Maria Graziano '19 holding sign that says "Neuroscientist"

Students at Central Catholic have the opportunity to explore potential career paths in a variety of ways with alumni, parents, teachers and friends of the school serving as invaluable resources and mentors.

Career Exploration Speaker Series

Young alumna giving a presetantions to a small group of students.

CCHS offers a Career Exploration Speaker Series, which provides the opportunity for students to attend career-focused presentations by a professional in the field, ask specific questions, and make connections with that professional.

This year's Career Exploration Series will be held virtually!

Upcoming Presentations

Additional sessions will be added, so be sure to check back for additional careers and presenters.

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Career Exploration Fair

Alum at table speaking to students about careers.

Each April, sophomores attend a Career Exploration Fair. Coordinated by the School & College Counseling Office and the Advancement Office, the Fair welcomes over 30 professionals, many of whom are alumni, from various fields.

Alumna at table speaking to students at a career fair.

Alumni Career Mentors

Teacher standing with recent graduates.

Alumni serve as an invaluable resource to our students and to recent graduates. If you are interested in serving as:

  •  A Speaker for our Career Exploration Speaker Series;
  •  A Presenter at our Career Exploration Fair; or
  •  A Career Mentor for a Recent Graduate;

Please contact the Advancement Office, ttaft@centralcatholic.net.

Alumni Update Form

Juliana Porto '20 holding sign that says "Investigative Journalist"
Myles Mwathe '20 holding sign that says "Cyber Security Analyst"
Adrian Suciu '19 holding sign that says "Architect"
Dinamary Compres '20 holding sign that says "Mathematician"