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Revere High students shadow business field prospects during Mentor Day

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Revere High School students shadowed various local businesses, many in their prospective career fields, during last Thursday morning’s Mentor Day.

RHS students Daniel Cardona (in red), Thomas Magrath (in middle) and Yaron Ramirez (in white) shadowed State Representatives Jeff Turco and Jessica Giannino. (Courtesy photo, Daniel Cardona)
RHS student Yasmin Deblas (left) shadowed Chamber of Commerce Director Amanda Portillo during last Thursday morning’s Mentor Day.
Student Matthew Terrell (left) shadowed Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center Volunteer Coordinator Ed Deveau.
Student Nahomy Galvez Martinez shadowed John Verrengia (left) and Michael Ferrante of GSF Tax Service.
Student Briana Mendieta shadowed realtor Daveen Arrigo and Ward 4 Councillor/realtor Patrick Keefe of Revolution Realtors.
Student Sergio Osorio (left) spent the morning with Michael Capobianco of Lattanzi Financial Services.
Senior Astrid Noriega (left) shadowed Director of Finance, Auditor and Budget Director Richard Viscay in the Audit Department at City Hall.
Student Jonita Hoxha with mentor/Italian teacher Antonietta Fierro-Tucker and student Ambra DeCicco-Clyne; they shadowed staff at Broadway Physical Therapy/Wells Physical Therapy.
Student Lesly Calderon Lopez shadowed Daniel Rizzo, owner of Rizzo Insurance.
Students Brian Ramirez Tobin, Bella Stamatopoulos, Briana Mendieta, Astrid Noriega, Nahomy Galvez Martinez, Sergio Osorio, Lesly Calderon Lopez, Ambra DeCicco-Clyne, Jonita Hoxha, Tania Orellana, Yasmin Deblas, Matthew Terrell, Daniel Cardona, Yaron Ramirez and Thomas McGrath followed business leaders, mainly in their field of choice, last Thursday.

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