New Date for ‘Real World Career Day’, Young Professionals Wanted

Photo: The poster for “Real World Career Night” at Belmont High School.
For Belmont High Schoool Senior Tess Hayner, last year’s first-ever “Real World Career Night” – her idea of having young professionals discuss with high school students the ins and outs of finding a career – is well worth holding again. 
“Based on positive feedback, I know the students appreciated the chance to interact with relatively recent college graduates, now working in the real world.” said Hayner 
The second annual “Real World Career Night” will take place on (new date) Monday, Sept. 21, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Belmont High School cafeteria.

“We were thrilled with the wide variety of professions that attended last year’s event, and now hope to recruit even more professionals from different fields,” said Hayner, who is managing this year’s event with junior coordinator Anya Sondhi.

And like last year, the event is seeking a wide-array of workers in their 20s and the early 30s who graduated from any high school between the years of 1999-2011, to volunteer and hold short, informal conversations with Belmont High juniors and seniors.

Registration to volunteer ends on Friday, Sept. 18.

“My goal is by the end of the night, after many conversations with various young professionals, the juniors and seniors of Belmont High School will feel less intimidated, and perhaps inspired when it comes to turning their hobbies and interests into lifetime careers,” said Hayner.

All professions are welcome. Business people, educators, graphic artists, technicians, medical workers, scientists, accountants, you name it!

An introductory video and volunteer entry form can be found here, or email Tess and Anya at for more information.

“Whether you’re in your dream job, working towards your dream job, or still unsure of what that dream job even is, we want to hear from all of you,” she said. 

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