Lifelong Learning Career Day 2019

By: Glen Thompson

On May 6th, Arlington hosted the annual Lifelong Learning Career Day, and we would like to thank all of the following community members who volunteered their time and resources to help educate our students on possible career choices:

Kyle Lauck, owner of Lauke Auto

Joe Rowan, owner of Vivir Modern Mexican

Joe Alecusan, medical student

Dylan Beck, social studies teacher at Arlington

Patti Essman, First Federal Bank

Beth Waddell, First Federal Bank

Kate Ferguson, Counselor at Arlington

Michelle Goldsmith, elementary teacher at Arlington

Audrey VanHoose, math teacher at Arlington, Younique salesperson

Tony Macioce, business major

Andrea Barger, English teacher at Arlington, yoga instructor

Jacob Hunt, member of the National Guard

Austin Gerber, owner of Restful Pets, Administrator at the Evangelical Lutheran Good

Samaritan Society

Rod Russell, former educator

McKenzie Shaw, GROB

Matt Dodds, business owner

Crystal McGrain, Blanchard Valley Obstetrics & Gynecology

Jennifer Schoenberger, Rowmark

Brandon Montague, City Mission

Austin Borkosky, electrician at Cooper Tire, recreational photographer

Jerry Kellogg, pastor at Bible Fellowship Church

Eric Valasek, English teacher at Arlington, ukulele player

Maxwell Leupp, engineer at Marathon Petroleum

Kyle Miller, engineer at Marathon Petroleum

Cole McMath, business and provider development specialist

Christa Turley, respiratory therapist at the University of  Toledo

Jim Seltzman, police officer

Dylan Pritchet, realtor

Dani Thwaits, firefighter

Kristie Fox, realtor

Gregg Feller, teacher at Arlington, firefighter

Kevin Haught, superintendent at Arlington, firefighter

   

Providing an opportunity for students to further discover what career path they desire can be crucial in college and career decisions, and this experience was amazing for all students involved!