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Career Day Provides Students a Chance to Look Towards the Future


Career Day Provides Students a Chance to Look Towards the Future
  • Academics
  • Alumni
Avery Stetz '25

Saint Joseph High School hosted its annual Career Day on March 1 with over 65 alumni from every decade returning to campus to share their professional experiences. 

Students had the opportunity to choose their path and attend presentations on a variety of professions, including law enforcement, entrepreneurship, financial planning and the medical field.

Saint Joe’s strives for all of its students to reach their potential and Career Day is an opportunity to share some insight into what a student’s potential could look like.

“Career Day is a great way to highlight how accomplished Saint Joseph alumni are,” Director of Alumni Relations John Eppensteiner ‘02 said. “We have a lot of successful alumni from over the past six decades that are excited to share their expertise with the students. When they come to campus, students embrace the advice and can see what their future holds right in front of their eyes.”

Erika Procacci, a school guidance counselor and one of the Career Day organizers, said the students are always excited to see what a Saint Joe’s education could become. 

“What's really a theme I see throughout those evaluation [forms] is how students appreciate how they're seeing that trajectory for that started in the Saint Joe's classroom and ultimately led people to the career that they're in now,” Procacci said.

If you are a Saint Joe’s alumnus and are looking to learn more about speaking opportunities on campus, please email John Eppensteiner, Director of Alumni Relations, at

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