The Junior Achievement Career Fusion event was held on Thursday, February 1 at the University of Delaware STAR Campus. 72 high school students participated in a program designed to help prepare them for future employment and empower them to own their economic success. Brandywine Technology’s Kim McColgan was one of 16 area professionals who participated as a mentor for students from Brandywine, Christiana, Concord, McKean and MOT Charter High Schools. The four-hour session provided career readiness education, at no cost (other than transportation) to the school, students & their families.
According to Denise Christiansen, Student Impact Manager for Junior Achievement of Delaware, “It was a fabulous event… [that] left a lasting impression on our future generation!” Brandywine Technology is excited to contribute the the success of the next generation of workers in our community.
For more information on Brandywine Technology or Junior Achievement, contact Kim McColgan at 302-656-6100 or [email protected]