Align US to Host a Memorable Career Seminar for HS Students
03/09/2019

Experienced panelists share their unique "Pathways to Success" to inspire future leaders from Long Island

Online PR News – 09-March-2019 – Brightwaters - New York – Align US Inc., a non-profit organization which focuses on career development for high school students via mentorship, announces it will host its first panel workshop entitled "Pathways to Success" on Monday, March 11, 2019, from 7-9 p.m. in the Syosset Public Library auditorium. This free one-night-only event brings professionals from diverse industries such as media, engineering, tech, marketing and medicine together with Long Island high school students who will have the opportunity to get career guidance from those who have prospered in their respective fields.

"We are excited about the opportunity to connect high school students with highly accomplished individuals in various industries," says Align US President Dr. Uzma Syed. "Our goal is to provide young students with the tools necessary to start off on a path to success."

Dr. Syed — a highly respected physician, business owner, and community leader — will moderate the evening replete with personal stories, insight, and advice from the panelists followed by a Q&A from the audience, consisting of high schoolers from various districts as well as community members, elected officials and press.

Confirmed panelists include Billboard charting songwriter and creative strategist Jay Max, the founder and president of Long Island Women in Tech Stefana Muller, COO at the Institute for Transformative Technologies Noha El-Ghobashy, and Dr. Paulinder S. Rai, a specialist in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. https://pmrli.com/

For more info and registration details, please visit align-us.org/schedule-of-events. Individuals interested in attending may also RSVP at info@align-us.org.

ABOUT ALIGN US

Align US is a unique mentorship opportunity to help foster career development for high school students by bridging classrooms to real world experiences. Students are immersed in one on one observerships with professionals in many fields/industries such as health care, business, technology, law, media, and government.