Making Career Exploration Work
Presenters: Arch Grieve & Robin Fisher
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Session Description: 
Have you ever wondered how to integrate career exploration into your school in a meaningful way?  This session will describe the career exploration model utilized by the Dayton Regional STEM School, which includes career fairs, power lunches, job shadowing, and internships.    
Presenters Bios:
Robin Fisher is the Superintendent and Chief Administrative Officer at The Dayton Regional STEM School (DRSS).  She attended Penn State University to obtain a bachelor's degree in microbiology and holds two master's degrees from Wright State University.  She is currently enrolled in the Doctorate of Organizational Studies program at Wright State.  Ms. Fisher has completed coursework for the Global Career Development Facilitator credential and has been involved in the development of the Career Preparation Program at the Dayton Regional STEM School.  

Arch Grieve is the Community Outreach Director at DRSS, where he oversees the majority of the school's Career Exploration program.  Arch is a former teacher at DRSS< where he taught world history and economics for five years before moving into his new role doing community outreach.  Arch graduated from Wright State University with a bachelor's degree in social science education and a master's in international and comparative politics.