Career Day
Helping Students Choose Their Job Path


Held each spring at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School, Career Day is an informal, non-threatening environment in which more than 50 local businesses set up exhibit booths, allowing students to get informational materials and ask questions about possible future vocations.  High school students are allowed to explore the various trades and career paths represented in their community and are able to interact with representatives of those occupations throughout the day. Career Day helps create ties between the student body and the community at large.

2019 Business Registration:

Business registration for Career Day 2019 is now closed.


Career Day takes place in the PVMHS gymnasium which is located at the left side of the building.


Set Up

Access to the gymnasium will be available starting at 8:00am. For registered businesses, please check in at the registration desk for your booth assignment. All participants are requested to be at their assigned table by 8:45am. A table and chair will be provided.


Parking will be available in the upper and lower parking lot.

Coffee and pastry will be provided for exhibitors compliments of the PVMHS Culinary Arts program.

2019 Career Day

April 26th, 2019



Check out who will be joining us on Career Day!

Essex County Sheriff's Office

Thomas P. Walsh

State Representative

Beverley Ann Griffin

Attorney at Law

Theodore Speliotis

State Representative

Peabody Education Foundation

The Peabody Education Foundation provides unique programs and advanced technology to thousands of students and teachers who might otherwise not enjoy such experiences due to budget constraints.