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Art/Graphic DesignGraphic/Web Design & DevelopmentI am a graphic designer and geek who has made a successful transition from old-school print to the ever-changing environment of visual communications on the web. I focus on user experience, and work hard to ensure that language, images, and interface work in concert to deliver clients’ key messages. Over the last 25 years, I have mastered a succession of print and web software, taken on some difficult communication challenges, and with various teams managed to win a few awards along the way. I hold a bachelor’s degree in photography from the Maine College of Art and a Masters in Communications from Suffolk University, and now give back by teaching a design course for non-designers at Suffolk University.
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Art/TheatreTheatre DirectorI went to acting school at Trinity Rep Conservatory after graduating from Holy Cross and then went to University of Southern California to get my Masters in Fine Arts in Directing. I am also a produced playwright and sound designer so I have a lot to offer any students interested in careers in theatre.
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Arts/FilmFilmmaking/Video productionI am a documentary filmmaker and a freelancer in video production. I also am a partner in a commercial real estate company.

A few examples of recent work include:
currently making a documentary about a child with a terminal illness;
returned from an industrial shoot in Newfoundland about aquaculture;
Peer judging Emmy nominations for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences;
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Arts/MusicMusicianA versatile singer with a wide range of musical interests, including art song, opera and oratorio, Broadway and popular songs,presenter holds Vocal Performance degrees from the University of Michigan and the Boston Conservatory, and a Diploma from the Boston University Opera Institute. His interest in song literature has earned him accolades as a concert singer. Presenter has maintained an active private voice studio for over 15 years.
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Communications JournalismSports JournalistA sports writer has the responsibility to both entertain and inform people about what is occurring within the world of sports. Common work activities include: Attending games and sporting events; Writing insightful, informative and original stories on various aspects of sports from human interest on up to game day results.Researching, networking and developing contacts in the sporting world; Meeting with publishers, editors and writing teams to develop and obtain assignments; Keeping in constant contact with athletes, owners, coaches and managers and using high ethical standards to avoid compromising the writing.
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Business/Human ResourcesHuman ResourcesI run the Human Resources (hiring, benefits manager) function for a technology company on Cape Cod.
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HealthHealthcare ManagementI can share information about a variety of other healthcare careers. I could also share how I moved from a clinical position into management.
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HealthNuclear MedicineI am a nuclear medicine technologist, an imaging career in Radiology. We perform multiple scans studying the functionality of various body systems (heart, lungs, kidneys, stomach, gallbladder, skeletal, etc.) and we also have several specialized scans that help locate areas of cancer/tumors in the body (PET scan, bone scans,etc.). We usually work in hospitals, but some doctor's offices also have a tech or two for cardiac scans. I studied at Stonehill to get my B.S. in Biology before studyin at Regis for my nuclear medicine certificate.
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Health/Medical DoctorMedical Doctor Obstetrics and GynecologyGynecology and obstetrics -- usually combined into one specialty (ob-gyn) -- is the care and treatment of women’s organs throughout their lives. Ob-gyns, as doctors in this specialty are called, look after women’s reproductive health, dealing with birth control, pregnancy, and fertility. They also treat breast and cervical cancer and sexually transmitted diseases.
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HealthSpeech PathologistSpeech-language pathologists and audiologists assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent speech and hearing problems caused by accidents, diseases, and genetic disorders.
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HealthPsychologistSpecialist in neuropsychology, child psychology, family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy
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HealthSocial WorkerI am a social worker with the degree Master of Social Work and the credentials Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.  What I love most about my profession is that I can work in so many environments with so many types of people and needs.  For example: I currently work with teenagers as a school therapist; have a private practice where I work primarily with teens; teach a college course at CCCC; and work a day or two a week with terminally ill individuals and their families as a hospice social worker.  Every day I am blessed to be able to help people, families, and communities recognize their strengths and grow from their challenges.  
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HealthPhysician AssistantEmergency Medicine
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HealthcareDentistDentists search for the culprits behind pain and disease. They remove tooth decay, fill cavities, and repair fractured teeth. They also perform corrective surgery on gums and supporting bones. And among their less serious but more popular tasks is the whitening and reshaping of teeth to enhance their patients' smiles. Dentists prevent, diagnose, and treat health problems of the mouth. Most dentists are general practitioners, but some specialize in areas such as orthodontics (straightening teeth with braces) and endodontics (providing root canal treatment).
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HealthGeriatrics/Senior LivingHave you ever considered a career in the Assisted Living field?  We have opportunities for nurses, therapeutic and recreatinal activity directors, human resources, sales and marketing leaders, administration and training staff. 
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Communications/Research and JournalismScience and Technolgy/Associated Press Researcher and Writer (environmental/science based investigations)Boston-based national writer on the National Investigative Team of The Associated Press news service. Focus on technical or scientific topics.Investigative projects on misuse of informants by the FBI, pharmaceuticals in American drinking water, the BP oil spill, the aging of U.S. nuclear power plants.
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Energy Expert/ProfessorRenewable Energy Sources expert. College ProfessorI have provided research, planning, and communications services to energy/environmental organizations, companies, and agencies since 1990. For the past 5-plus years, I also have been teaching the "Renewable Energy Sources" class at a local college.
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Energy Expert/ProfessorRenewable Energy Sources expert. College ProfessorI have provided research, planning, and communications services to energy/environmental organizations, companies, and agencies since 1990. For the past 5-plus years, I also have been teaching the "Renewable Energy Sources" class at a local college.
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BiologyPhD in Fisheries BiologyDeputy Director of the National Marine Fisheries Service in Woods Hole
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Engineer/Civil and EnvironmentalEngineer (Civil and Environmental) Program Manager for the Superfund cleanup of the Mass Military Reservation (which includes the wind turbines seen when coming over the Sagamore) .
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Engineer/ElectricalElectrical EngineerI design and develop electronics for automation systems used in commercial and residential markets.
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Engineer/Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science and EngineeringI help run an Environmental Engineering firm. Provide engineering, consulting and work on various environmental issues in South Eastern New England.

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ArchitectureArchitectWhile architecture is grounded in science, its heart is in the arts. Well-designed buildings not only serve the people who use them. They are also works of art that help define the town or city in which they stand.As an architect you'll learn how to work with others to imagine buildings, from straw-bale houses to the tallest skyscrapers. And with the technical know-how you pick up in such classes as architectural engineering and construction materials, you'll know just what needs to be done to bring them to life.
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EducatorAdministration, ClassroomExperienced K-12 teacher, counselor and administrator will offer information about careers in education. Varied, rich experience and global perspectiive
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ScienceForensic InvestigatorA forensic scientist gathers physical evidence from crime scenes. He or she then analyzes that evidence to help in the investigation of the crime. Forensic scientists are sometimes called crime scene investigators or forensic science technicians.Focus on arson, bombs. Experienced investigator in many drug-related crimes.
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Law/AccountingForensic AccountingCertified Public Accountant, an auditor of the financial statements of businesses (such as in the annual report of a company listed on the stock exchange). Specialize in forensic accounting, which is involved with investigations and expert analysis. Often this work is done in conjunction with lawsuits, either criminal or civil and sometimes requires expert testimony in court.
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Service/Law EnforcementLaw EnforcementPolice Sargeant and Community Resource Officer. In Charge of citizens' Police Academy.
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LawFBI Private InvestigatorA Special Agent of the FBI. Served in the Indianapolis and Boston Field Offices, now retired.  Currently operate my own private investigation agency and do background investigations for the FBI.
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Service/Fire FighterFire Chief Fire Chief
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LawAttorneyI specialize in elder and disability law, guardianship and conservatorship of incapacitated adults, estate planning, advising families regarding long-term care issues, probate, helping resolve family disputes.
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Financial Financial ServicesI provide Safe Money alternatives and various insurance products used in College, Retirement and Estate planning for individuals and families throughout the country.
Products such as life insurance, annuities, long term care insurance, disability insurance and various hybrid products are used to accomplish many savings and investment goals of people at various stages of life.
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FinancialBankingI help customers in places like banks, insurance agencies, and savings and loan companies. Those in banking work with computer and business equipment operation, communications, and public relations
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Business/ManagementHeadhunter/ Business ConsultantI run a staffing firm for a number of different occupations and understand the qualifications and opportunities for each. Are you interested in learning about working in a local government, as a City Manager?  Are you interested in a career in managing and owning a business – of any type? Financial – CPA’s, Controllers, Chief Financial Officers, Business Managers, Director of Finance, Bookkeeper, Administrative – General Manager, Executive Director, CEO, Marketing/Sales – Digital Media Sales, Membership Director, Sales Director, Marketing Director
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Health/OrganizationalDirector, non-profit; Maternal Child Health expertI've been working on a project for the Egyptian Ministry of Health for the past 6 years, helping improve maternal and newborn health. I also direct a non-profit focusing on Maternal Child Health.
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Service/PolicyPublic Policy AnalystI work for a national non-profit analyzing federal and state policy related to child care regulation and subsidy. I work with public policy in general. The person involved in this career uses analytical and communications skills in a variety of interesting ways and affects people's lives for better (or worse).
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Service/MilitaryService/National Guard/MilitaryI am responsible for the health, welfare, training and careers of 187 Soldiers. I am currently signed for a property book of equipment valued in excess of $25,000.000 and am the center commander for the Cardillo United States Army Reserve Center in Roslindale. The 743rd TC CO. is a Seaport Operations Company. My Soldiers run cranes, forklifts and tractor trailers moving equipment from the seaport to other truck companies that move the equipment to units on the front lines...think the beach head during D-Day...
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Service/Volunteer OpportunitiesService/Americorps service opportunities in resource management, disaster preparedness, educationOur program consists of four focus areas: natural resource management, disaster preparedness and response, education, and volunteer engagement.  In addition to large group service projects, our members serve in individual placements across the Cape working for town conservation trusts, shellfish departments, the Cape Cod National Seashore, and the Red Cross.  Americorps offers programs for high school graduates interested in a year of service.  We will talk to students about college, gap years, and volunteer opportunities with Americorps. 
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