Each sophomore had three opportunities to learn about a variety of future work options. Elizabeth Boniche (04) shared information about her work as a personal financial analyst. Angely Fadul (02) explained the excitement of working as a researcher for the United Nations. Roberto Montiel (02) spoke about investment banking.
Graduates from 1963 included Anne Avenius, who spoke of E-Commerce/construction; Ray Callinan, representing those who work as firefighters; and Fred Casiello, who talked about real estate/engineering. Vincent Cavallo (69) explained about his work as an attorney.
From the class of 1973, Scanlan students learned more about nursing from Roseanna Bunyan. She was joined by her husband, a police officer for NYC. Christopher Linne (74) described his work as a detective and the field of law enforcement. Ramon Velez (74) shared information about being a real estate developer.
From 1979, Louis and Maria Prezioso talked of hospital work.
Edward Haggerty (80), a stage manager for the Disney Cruise Lines; Dr. Patrick McGuire (80), associate dean of C.W. Post College; and Jacqueline Civitano (85), an attorney, spoke about their chosen professions.
Matthew Wilbekin (91), a special ed teacher; Michelle Gil (94), involved with college recruitment; Maurice Owens (96), who works for the White House security; and David Torres (96), who works for the Transportation Administration as part of Homeland Security, all shared information about the responsibility and satisfaction of their work.