February 17, 2023

Student Professional Coalition

This week, the Student Professional Coalition (SPC) was launched to connect CCS juniors and seniors with local professionals who are experts in their field/industry. The purpose of this coalition is to introduce students to local professionals who will help them understand what it takes to be a leader in their career. This will help students to consider what God has in store for them outside of their academic studies.

On February 15, the first lunch meeting of 2023 was led by Luke Ramirez and David Conomos, who introduced our first professional speaker from the real estate industry, alumni parent, D’rinda Randall. Mrs. Randall helped students to understand what is required to acquire a real estate license, interview and join a brokerage firm and earn income in the real estate business. She also showed examples of how interest rates impact the market for customers and agents and brought examples of marketing materials she prepares for her clients. Students enjoyed her presentation and the Q&A that followed.

Upcoming SPC lunch dates:

  • February 24 – Professional architect
  • March 24 – Professional pilot
  • March 31 – Professional engineer
  • April 14 – Financial professional
  • April 21 – Professional athletic trainer

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