video, pics from Elder Career Day: 40+ grads/professionals, from 30+ industries, mentoring almost 500 seniors, juniors

The Elder Businessmen’s Association was proud to organize this year’s Career Day at Elder High School.

Semper Fi at Elder High

More than 40+ Elder grads and business professionals were on-hand, representing almost three dozen industries.

The U.S. military was also at Elder Career Day.

The U.S. Marine Corps was one of the most popular stops for students, who engaged in some strength tests and push-up contests.

The goal: provide advice, and discuss colleges and career choices, with almost 500 Elder seniors and juniors.

The Elder grads who came to Career Day today were business owners, executives, working professionals, sales guys and various other representatives from a slew of industries.

The Media/Journalism booth (below) was a hot spot ….

The EBA would like to thank, left to right, Dan Monk (Elder Class of ’79), Senior Reporter with The Cincinnati Business Courier; John Fay (Elder Class of ’75), Cincinnati Reds beat writer with The Cincinnati Enquirer; Morning New Anchor Brian Combs (Elder Class of ’79) with The Big One, 700WLW, and Dennis Janson (Elder Class of ’68), Sports Anchor at WCPO-TV Channel 9, the ABC affiliate in Greater Cincinnati.

L-R: Dan Monk ('79), BizCourier; John Fay ('75), Enquirer; Brian Combs ('79), 700WLW; and Dennis Janson ('68), WCPO-TV Channel 9.

Here are a couple Elder grads from the real estate community (below).

Brian Bill, left, works at Cagney Weisker & Associates (Elder Class of ’94); while Doug Rolfes (Class of ’82) is a longtime veteran at Hoeting Realtors.

Brian Bill ('94) of Cagney, Weisker & Associates (left) with Doug Rolfes ('82), Hoeting Realtors.

For additional information about Career Day at Elder, particularly if you’re an Elder alum who would like to get involved, please contact Frank Panzeca at (513) 241-3111 or fpanzeca@cshco.com.

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