Eighth grade students in Laurine Feldmeth’s class display their chosen careers at the CBA Reverse Career Fair held on Feb. 28. Pictured front row (l-r): Catherine Burns (Jamesville), Christina Williams (Canastota), Julia Torell (Marcellus), Marina Hatem (Jamesville), Matthew Ludington (Syracuse) and Kyle Huynh (Liverpool). Back row: Oliva Moffa (Jamesville), Abigail Poore (Manlius), Francis Cannizzo (Manlius), Charles Pride (Syracuse), Alex Champouillon (Cicero), Michael Catalano (Manlius), Vince Carno (Liverpool) and faculty member Laurine Feldmeth.
The 8th grade class at Christian Brothers Academy held a “Reverse” Career Fair on Friday, Feb. 28. The student presentations at the fair were the culmination of a major research project involving skill identification and career matching. Students spent the morning role-playing their chosen careers to their classmates and small groups of parents, faculty, and staff in the school’s Lynch gymnasium.
The 8th graders modeled a variety of careers including pharmacists, pediatricians, financial planners, corporate lawyers, interior designers, real estate agents, guidance counselors, teachers and interior designers, just to name a few. Those attending provided valuable feedback to the junior high students, while faculty observers graded the presentations to round out the project.