Career Talk Brown Bag Lunches

In an effort to help all students realize success in their futures, Skyline High School will host a new career information series this year.

Our Career Talk Brown Bag Lunches will take place most Mondays from 12:17pm - 12:52pm., starting September 17th, and will feature a diverse representation of local industry leaders, entrepreneurs, Skyline alum, and other professionals who want to share their work and career path experiences with Skyline students, and offer advice about job searches, career choices, internships, and more.

Bring your lunch and join us in the library for these informative and interactive career talks.  Students, parents, and Skyline staff are invited and encouraged to attend.  Cookies will be provided.

Any parent or family member interested in being a guest speaker should contact Amanda Giuliani (giuliani_amanda@svvsd.org) and Marie Kaufman (kaufman_marie@svvsd.org).  We'd love to have you join us.

First up in our Career Talk Brown Bag Lunch Series:

  • Monday, September 17:  Tom Darcy, Director of Innovative Programming at the St. Vrain Valley Innovation Center.  A published author and four-time recipient of the U.S. Presidential Award for public service, Mr. Darcy spent 25 years with IBM and now develops programming for advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality, here in St. Vrain Valley School District.
  • Monday, September 24:  Kyle Kingrey, Manager of Manufacturing at BI, Inc. and Chairman of the NOCO Rocks Manufacturing Committee.  Mr. Kingrey will offer clear insight into career opportunities and options in manufacturing, explaining what the manufacturing industry looks like today, and discuss the many career paths available.  This presentation will include information on job shadowing, internships, and guided tours of the BI, Inc. facility.
  • Monday, October 1:  Charles Smith, wildlife photographer and financial services agent.  Mr. Smith will share his career path as wildlife photographer and photography instructor as well as his work with Apple as a field marketing specialist in multimedia and systems engineering.  Mr. Smith is a true Renaissance man.  Anyone interested in a career in photography, multimedia production, or systems engineering won't want to miss this presentation.