[Special Episode] Brookfield Students Share Career Aspirations
This is a full recording of a student panel discussion conducted at Brookfield Middle School in February 2020.
A lot of uncertainty can go into choosing a career, but a group of Brookfield middle school students say they’re certain jobs should be about passion and not money.
In this podcast, we take a look back at at what we learned from a panel of Brookfield students in 2020. The panel was moderated Jeremy Lydic, content manager with The Business Journal.
Students included (from left) eighth-graders Justin Budnik, Telly Hamilton and Reanna Reardon, seventh-graders Christian Davis, Yusef Rasoul and Delaney Schultz, sixth-graders Andrew Drummond and Jacob Hodge, and fifth-graders Mia D’Allessandro, Kenleigh Kurpe, Raquel Guthrie-Morton, Peter Odell and Caleb Upshir.
Editor’s Note: Student panel discussions are intended to hear honest feedback from students on their interests, aspirations and concerns. Statements made by students are their opinions and are not subjected to fact-checking or the solicitation of responses from school district leadership.
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