Join us with your lunch!
11:16 am – 11:56 pm
An informal conversation with a professional about their place of work and job expectations. Lunchtime Grill dates will be posted on the window of the College and Career Center, given on announcements, and on the Lunchtime Grill Schedule.
Business partners, please download the Presenter Guide.
Operations Manager-Waste Systems | 11/6/18
Sean Lukas, Operations Manager at Casella Waste Systems, visited the Grill on 11/6. He provided insightful information for students who are interest in environmental, engineering, or management areas.
Food & Water Safety Inspector | 10/30/18
Tim Simonette, Senior Public Health Sanitarian at Clinton County Health Department, visited the Grill to talk about his role. He talked about the broad variety of skills he uses in his job. He brought with him a water sampling instrument, which measures chlorine levels. Students learned about the role of public health and public service occupations.
Law Enforcement Careers | 10/23/18
On 10/23 Sherrif Dave Favro and Deputy John Malcolm from the Clinton County Sheriff’s department visited with students during the Lunchtime Grill.
Sheriff Favro provided a great overview of careers in law enforcement, while providing tips to students who may seek law enforcement-related careers in the future. Above all, he emphasized the importance of having a desire to help and protect your community.
Civil Service Careers | 10/16/18
Kim Kinbloom, Personnel Director from Clinton County, visited the Grill to explain civil service to interested students. She outlined the various jobs and pathways available through civil service. There is a need for employees through the civil service process, and students learned about how they can pursue the exams if interested.
Manufacturing Week 2018 | 10/1-10/3
Peru celebrated Manufacturing Day by bringing local manufacturers to technology classes to demonstrate what they make and how they make it. Nova Bus and CAMSO brought hands-on demonstrations for students to try. The CHISEL Project aims to bring awareness to all pathways and career opportunities, including the manufacturing sector, an important part of our region’s economy.