On April 16th, Rod Watson, Urban Affairs Editor for the Buffalo News, visited with 30 high school students as part of the Leadership Speaker Series. Watson shared with students his experiences as a journalist and encouraged students to consider journalism as a profession.
On Friday, March 22nd, Legislator Tim Hogues and business his associate, Gregory Boles, visited 40 students at BASCS. Leg. Hogues and Mr. Boles spoke to an audience of 7th graders about responsibility, accountability, determination and decision-making.
On Thursday, December 13th, Danis Gehl, Ph.D., Associate Executive Director of UB’s Educational Opportunity Center was this year’s third invited guest for the Leadership Speaker Series. Dr. Gehl used anecdotes of her own journey to discuss paths of leadership to 30 high school students.
On Tuesday, November 20th, David Rust of Say Yes to Education Buffalo visited BASCS students as the second invited guest for this year’s Leadership Speaker Series.
On Thursday, October 25th, Oluwole “OJ” McFoy, COO of the Buffalo Sewer Authority, was the invited guest for the first Leadership Speaker Series of 2012-2013.
Donna Fernandes, Ph.D., President and CEO of the Buffalo Zoo, was the guest speaker for the BASCS's Leadership Speaker Series on Thursday, May 24.
The BASCS Leadership Speaker series, on May 22, featured Mr. Mark Mortenson, President/CEO of the Buffalo Museum of Science. Mr. Mortenson shared the story of his career from being a Disney executive in California to his current position at the Museum.
Judge McLeod, one of our guest speakers, told a group of our students “When I was your age, I was told ‘you people don’t go to college!’ There are many obstacles you are going to come up against in your life during the pursuit of your dreams.
Sherriff Howard began with a poem titled” Pretty Good” by Charles OsGood. The poem challenged student to ask themselves, what is there personal best?
Successful leaders build strong relationships was the theme for our
Was the message that the students heard from Mr. Carr president of Carr Marketing Communications. “Decisions that we make today will impact the rest of your life Mr. Carr stated,” Advertising can be used in many different ways even in our daily lives.
The choice to become a firefighter is an honorable one. Firefighting career have been one of the sought after profession in the United States. Not only because it’s challenging, rewarding and interesting, it’s also one of the most respected jobs in the US.
FBI Counterintelligence Officer, Paul Moskal, came to talk to BASCS Leadership Students on October 21st. He shared his thirty plus years of experiences with the students and answered their questions about future career opportunities and requirements for the FBI.
Buffalo Police Chief Brian Patterson shared his leadership experiences with BASCS Leadership Team on October 27th. He also shared his memories and how he strived for excellence in his life.
BASCS host Mr. William Hochul, US Attorney in the Western District of New York to speak to our freshmen and sophomore students. It was a great leadership experience
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