STRATFORD, Conn. — Stratford Library Teen Services is having its annual career program “What R U Doing After High School?” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 19 in the Lovell Room.
The program is free.
Hands-on information from a variety of agencies, trade schools, community colleges and businesses along with the Stratford Police, EMS, Community Services, Stratford Continuing Education and the U.S. Armed Forces will be provided and representatives will be available for individual discussion throughout the day.
Among those scheduled to attend this year are Porter and Chester Institute, Lincoln Technical and Culinary Institute, American Institute of Healthcare and Technology, Branford Hall Career Institute, Housatonic and Gateway Community Colleges, The Milford Bank, The WorkPlace and Tim’s Auto Body Shop.
The first 25 participants to sign in will receive the official Stratford Library 2gig Flash Drive.
The program is partially paid for by a grant from Stratford Community Services and Stratford’s Panda House owner, Jack Yih.
For more information, contact the Library’s Teen Services Department at 203-385-4167 or click here.
The Stratford Library is at 2203 Main St.
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