In District 135 junior high schools, students eagerly look forward to Career Day, held each spring. The program features guest speakers, often students' parents and the spouses of staff members, who take over a classroom for the morning and share highlights of their jobs. Community leaders, including fire officials, police officials, and news reporters, also took time to speak with students. Other careers that were represented included a financial advisor, cardiologist, musician, dental hygienist, photographer, Argonne Lab scientist, scuba instructor, prosecutor, banker, pharmacist, chiropractor, funeral director, video producer, and members of the military. Don Borling, an Orland resident and parent, shared information about his career as a pastor, emphasizing that the goal of any job should be to find a way to make the world better. "My job is not all the different from a teacher," Borling noted. "I enjoy seeing people coming together, celebrating each other, and you want people to feel good about who they are and feel safe when they walk in the door." Lawyer Charlie Howell, whose focuses included consumer protection and civil rights, engaged students with a myth-busting quiz about school law. His presentation partner was dance instructor Lynzi Scholz, who suggested that students find a job that involves something in which they are passionate. Boat Captain Doug Chyna agreed: "I don't make the most money in the world," he commented, "but I love going to work each day."