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ICCS Program Helps Upper School Students Learn Leadership Skills

By June LaPorta, director of Advancement & Communications

ICCS alumna Sally Dowling Gasior '73, retired senior engineer at Procter and Gamble, speaks to ICCS upper school students on technical versus management tracks in engineering careers.

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ICCS alumna Sally Dowling Gasior '73, retired senior engineer at Procter and Gamble, speaks to ICCS upper school students on technical versus management tracks in engineering careers.

As a component of Immaculate Conception Cathedral School’s upper school Leadership Development Program, each Thursday is set aside for “McAuley Day,” a day during which students attend seminars and workshops that enhance their college preparatory studies. Guests and ICCS faculty speakers address topics such as career options, faith and life choices. The goal of the program is to develop students’ leadership skills by increasing their self-confidence, making them aware of career choices, deepening their faith and teaching them good practices in today’s digital world.

Sep 14, 2017

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