Farmingville, NY – On October 3, Supervisor Ed Romaine (fifth from left) was a guest speaker at the Patchogue Medford High School Annual Career Day in Mr. Ferrante and Mr. Smiloff’s class. The Supervisor met with students to discuss his experiences in local government and their future career plans. His presentation included a discussion about career choices and what his typical day is like. He also shared some of his experiences as a teacher prior to his move into government as an elected official. The Patchogue Medford Career Day is part of a school’s Learning for Life program, an affiliate of the Suffolk County Boy Scouts that helps high school students with career and character development.
Supervisor Romaine said, “Career Day at Patchogue Medford High School helps to build a connection between students and people in the community who can help guide them as they consider their career path options. Thank you to Mr. Ferrante and Mr. Smiloff for their efforts in organizing this annual event.”