Career program celebrated


At Blue Hills Regional Technical School, a crowd of students, educators, and state politicians gathered Wednesday to celebrate the success of School to Careers Partnership, which offers young people a chance to meet with industry professionals. The program, which provides over 4,000 opportunities for Blue Hills students from Avon, Canton, Dedham, Milton, Norwood, and Randolph, introduces young people to fields such as hospitality, engineering, healthcare, finance, and the performing arts through internships, a mentoring program, and field trips. State officials attending the event to show their support included Norfolk County District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey and state Representatives William C. Galvin and Walter F. Timilty. Business partners include Boston Federal Reserve Bank, South Shore Hospital, Children’s Hospital, the Rodman Theater for Kids, and the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce.

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