Catholic Transcript Magazine of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford Connecticut

Sunday, June 24, 2018

careerday no2Kindergartners Lukas Zelechowski, left, and Kacper Raczkowski experiment with a physician assistant's stethoscope. (Photo submitted) NEW BRITAIN – Careers ranging from first responder to government worker, cake decorator and physician’s assistant have come to life recently for students at Sacred Heart School.

New Britain Mayor Timothy O’Brien, Connecticut State Trooper Al Gorski, Archdiocese of Hartford schools superintendent Dale R. Hoyt and other adults represented various fields of work at the school’s annual Career Day event.

Also there were a tradesman, business owner, university professor, firefighter, health care professional and cake decorator.

Students were able to decorate ice cream cakes and enjoy the results of their work, listen to the hearts of others with a physician’s stethoscope and meet a member of a police K-9 unit.