Career Day with Future Five

Earlier this month, Sasco River Center had the privilege of hosting Future 5 at an in-person career day at our Darien Clinic.  This event enabled  our DEI, Social and Marketing committees to work closely together to create a seamless, impactful experience.

At the event, we hosted 15 Future 5 students.  The students broke into small groups to meet with representatives of each of our departments and fields, where they learned about what’s involved in the day to day of different careers within Sasco River Center via breakout sessions.  We discussed the in’s and outs of life in administration, occupational therapy, psychology, psychiatry, holistic supports, learning services, coaching and language therapy.  The students were left with knowledge and insights into various career paths through personal anecdotes from many of our clinicians and professionals who facilitated the discussions.

The event was topped off with very fun cookies and gift bags for our guests. (The cookies were delicious!)

If you don’t know about Future 5, please take the time to learn more on their website at: www.futurefive.orgFuture 5 helps motivated Stamford students find their path to success by helping them connect to their full potential. Their goal is to connect students to the people, resources, and experiences essential to making the transition to post-secondary education and careers.

Many thanks to our own Kelly Kelly for the introduction to Future 5, and to their Director, Beth Williams, for making this event possible.

We are grateful for the chance to host this event with Future 5, and we hope that it broadened the scope of opportunities that lie ahead for these talented and motivated individuals.

Regards, Sasco River Center

About Sasco River Center

A multidisciplinary practice offering a range of diagnostic and therapy services for children, adolescents, young adults, and families; specializing in Collaborative & Comprehensive Testing, Psychotherapy & Sensory Processing.

We are a merger of Sensory Kids & The Southfield Center for Development