Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Women's History Month Career Night (3/30) & Career Fair For Girls (4/2)


 Women’s History Month Committee 2016 Career Night!
Location: High School Library
Time: 7:00pm
By Tammy Reynolds

Our Mission: The Women’s History Month Committee at GDRHS is dedicated to the ongoing reconsideration of women in history by our students, staff and community.  Through an academic and entertaining series of events during the month of March, we will celebrate the contributions of the powerful women who have come before us, honor the strong women who live among us, and empower the ambitious young women who are emerging as leaders in front of us.  It is our hope that our heightened focus will result in a richer appreciation of the interaction between all people in weaving the fabric of history.

Tonight’s Presenters

Susan Daly: A well respected Groton paramedic and EMT. Has been serving the with the Groton Fire Department since 2000 and currently serves as the Groton Fire Captain.

Dr. Katie Novak: Currently is the Assistant Superintendent for the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District. She has 14 years of teaching experience and received her Ed.D. from Boston University.

Lisa Ansara: A psychology professor working at Umass Lowell with a background in social work.  She has a M. Ed. and two kids who are in the GDRSD.

Veronica Sisemore: An engineer contracted by the government. Mrs. Sisemore also has two kids who have been through the GDRSD.

Sheila Harrington: Has served the First Middlesex District since her election to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 2010. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Providence College, and attended the New England School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1986

Career Fair for Girls
Sat., April 2
By Michelle Emerle

“See What You Can Be,” is a unique career fair for girls in grades K-12 living in Dunstable, Groton, Ayer and Shirley.  It will be held on Saturday, April 2, 3:30-5:00 pm at Ayer Shirley High School cafeteria.  Girls will get a chance to meet 30 women who represent a wide range of professions, traditional and non-traditional, and many locally-based.  This free event is hosted by the local Nash-a-way Girl Scouts as a service to the local communities.  The high school is located at 141 Washington St. in Ayer near Nashoba Valley Medical Center. 

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