What do you want to be when you grow up?
“We wanted to expose kids to various careers and get their minds geared toward what they want to do,” RES School Facilitator Joe Pritchard said. “So many kids are geared toward video games or athletics. The reality is everybody’s not going to be a (professional) athlete or in the limelight. The children need to know there are other avenues they can travel and still be successful.”
Some students wrote down specific career questions while others practiced handshaking and eye contact with the visitors.