Career Day Inc.™ organizes an event that aims to change the lives of young people by introducing students to the paths others have taken to reach their goals. By working in partnership with a variety of professionals and school staff, Career Day Inc.™’s program creates an atmosphere of acceptance and career opportunity for all students at every academic level. We emphasize the importance of setting goals and using education to achieve one’s aspirations by providing a forum for every student to feel valued and more confident. It is the philosophy of Career Day Inc.™ that when a student is presented with the opportunity to hear information directly from professionals’ experiences it can have a significant impact on their confidence, direction; and ultimate success.
Beth Bucheister is the founder and Executive Director of Career Day Inc.™,
a not-for-profit organization created to inspire young adults to reach high and believe that with endurance and positive self-esteem they can achieve their goals. Beth is a Certified Professional Coach who has been advocating for those in need all her adult life. Her ability to identify, prioritize and plan a positive course of action is a strength she uses as a Life Coach. Her late husband, Arie, is the inspiration for the scholarship awarded to students who are inspired by Career Day. Beth holds a master’s degree in Audiology from Boston University and was the founder and President of the Knickerbocker Avenue Merchants Association.
W.T. Clarke holds its first Career DayCOURTESY EAST MEADOW SCHOOL DISTRICT - Posted January 18, 2018
W.T. Clarke High School in East Meadow opened its doors to 58 professionals on Dec. 8 during the school’s first Career Day.
Sophomores, juniors and seniors received life advice from carpenters, real estate agents, doctors, fashion executives and a number of other experts in their field. Some of the speakers were W.T. Clarke alumni who explained how their high school experiences had impacted their future.
Oyster Bay High School Students Enlightened By Career DayBy Dave Gil de Rubio - December 13, 2016
Career Day Inc.™ held its inaugural event at Oyster Bay High School on Dec. 2 and in the process, offered 374 10th-, 11th- and 12th-grade students a chance to have an atypical job fair experience. This Career Day featured students sitting in on presentations from 58 different professionals. The idea of having such a varied menu of jobs ranging from plumber and electrician to acting Supreme Court Justice to an award-winning restaurant owner/chef, documentary filmmaker and astronomer as a key component for Career Day Inc.™ founder Beth Bucheister when she was putting this program together.