In the fall, the Milford Rotary Club celebrates Vocational Services Month by inviting members of the Hopedale High School Junior Class to participate in its Career Day program. In response to that outreach program, juniors from Hopedale High School spent a morning on November 6th with local businesses to observe and learn about their career interests. This year's program was organized and chaired by Rotarian and past president Josh Lioce.
Following the morning visit with their career hosts, the students were guests of the Rotary Club at Restaurant 45 in Medway where several students spoke about their morning experience.
Rotary would like to thank all Hopedale High School administrators for making this event possible and extends a "special thanks" to the wonderful business owners and managers who make time in their busy schedule to host the students. Without your assistance, Rotary would not be able to offer this important program.
Front row, left to right: Connor Maloney, student speaker; Josh Lioce, Rotarian and Career Day Chairman; Jill St. Martin, Guidance Counselor; Sarah Merchant, student speaker; Leah Wilson, class officer and Sharyn Mulvaney, guidance counselor. Back Row: left to right- Hopedale Police Officer John Gagnon (School Safety Officer), Nicholas Bertonazzi, student speaker; Matt Pool, class officer; Derek Atherton, principal and Al Holman, president Milford Rotary Club.