2018 Career Day @ UASCJ
We cordially invite you to UASCJ's 8th Annual Career Day!

Date: Thursday, May 17th
Time: 8:00-11a.m.
Location: The Urban Assembly School for Criminal Justice (UASCJ)
4200 16th Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11204
Phone: (718) 438 - 3893 Ext. 462
Contact Person: Maria Franqui mfranqui@uascriminaljustice.org
Directions: "F" Train to Ditmas Avenue

Agenda:

8:00-8:45 a.m. Welcome Breakfast

8:45-10:30 a.m. Career Day Panels

10:30-11:00am Wrap-up, Thank Yous


Event Format
Speakers will participate in a panel along with 2 other guests of varied career backgrounds. Each panel will visit two of our 6th-12th grade classes of approximately 25-30 students. Student moderators will serve as the hosts and will be prepared to ask questions of the speakers. You may want to speak about your experience in high school, college and how you got to where you are today. Please feel free to also share personal challenges you have faced and how your career interests have developed/changed over the years.

About UASCJ
The Urban Assembly School for Criminal Justice opened in 2007. We are a 6-12 all girls' school. Our school strives to prepare our students for college success through academic rigor, access to enrichment activities and personalized supports. We are proud to announce our fifth graduating class of young women this June. Our graduation rate stands at 94%. Our alumnae are currently enrolled at CUNY and SUNY colleges as well as private institutions including Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Columbia, Princeton, Skidmore, Smith, St. Lawrence and Wells.

Please feel free to share this invite with other professionals in your network. We thank you in advance for your support of the UASCJ community!


Please RSVP by Friday, May 4th.

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