Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The Not So Obvious Career Paths

On September 17, Gossips reported on a new "Power Lunch" program conceived by John Friedman for students at Hudson High School. Similar to the Hudson Reads program at the intermediate school, which brings students and community members together to read to each other during lunchtime, Friedman's program, called Creative Approaches to Work, will bring high school students together with members of the community who have nontraditional careers for lunchtime discussions. On Saturday, Friedman put out an appeal for participants on the Hudson Business Coalition list serve. Among the community members interested in being part in the discussion series are a caterer turned food writer and cookbook author, the producer of TV commercials turned architectural color consultant, and a world-class blacksmith who considered himself an academic failure until a high school welding program inspired him.

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