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Sophomore Career Day

Sophomore Career Day

On Wednesday, April 10, 2024, the Class of 2026 participated in a Career Day as part of the Sophomore Year Counseling Program.

Photo Album: Sophomore Career Day

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

Click here to view and download photos on SmugMug.

Sophomores had the opportunity to gain insight from alumni and friends of the school representing varied professional fields and career choices.

Thirteen professionals joined us to share their varied career experiences and knowledge.

  • Panayota "Penny" (Alekou '18) Bergeron, Nursing
  • Julianne (Cargill '06) Headley, Physician's Assistant
  • Kat Clarke, Mental Health
  • Nick Greco '98, Video Game Design
  • Brian Hidalgo, Engineering
  • Matt Feld, Communications
  • Jarrod Pelletier '01, Finance
  • Lindsay Phenix '10, Marine Biology
  • Lynelia Raposo '00, Management
  • Dr. Dave Sidebottom, Doctor
  • Amy Vanderels, Art/Education
  • Maureen (Wilson '94PMA) Leal, Law
  • Officer Mark Wilson & K9 Officer Scarlett, Law Enforcement

Thank you to all of our Raider Career Mentors for sharing their time, their experience, and their wisdom with our students!

Jarrod Pelletier '01 in front of classroom
Lynelia Raposo '00



A school counselor working with a student on a lap top

Thinking About Your Future

The Sophomore Year Counseling Program

Sophomore Year is an important year for students to build on their successes, define new pathways, and strengthen relationships.

Sophomores take the PSAT in the fall. The results offer a baseline of where they test well and areas to strengthen over the next couple of years. They will take the PSAT again in October of their junior year.

During the Sophomore Seminar held in the first semester, School Counselors meet with students to teach and discuss goal setting and study skills. Additionally, sophomores will be updating information on their Naviance account and completing a survey regarding their school experiences to that date.

In the second semester, sophomores complete personality and career focused assessments that help students identify their interests and discover career clusters that contain careers that might interest them. Additionally, the feedback provided helps students make the most of the sophomore student career fair.

We expect students to take advantage of opportunities and evolve their thoughts regarding potential paths to explore in college and beyond.

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