My name is Morgan Rapacki, and I am a Special Education Teacher at Lynnfield High School. I currently have a student, named Conor who is working through the AHEF paralegal assistant internship program. Throughout Conor’s time with this internship he has grown to enjoy the work and looks forward to going to work every week.
Conor has shown a lot of confidence in what he does and feels proud of himself in what he has accomplished at this internship in such a short time. Conor always comes in looking professional and ready to work when he is going to his internship. Conor has enjoyed the people he has met through his work and likes to interact with them.
This opportunity has given Conor the chance to really shine and show people what he is capable of. Conor has talked a lot about what he will do after high school, and his work through AHEF has opened a lot of doors for him and has provided him with some comfort that there is work out there for him that he can do, and that he can do well.
I want to thank everyone who made this opportunity possible for not only Conor but all of the other participants in this program. It is about time that something like this was put together so that these students can have the same opportunities the rest of us have to enjoy fulfilling employment.
-Morgan Rapacki, Special Education Teacher
Lynnfield High School