Marion Harley, a photographer, told students he got a sociology and history degree in college before abandoning that path for photography. He described the field as lucrative and still evolving with digital advancements."It's your age," he said. "It's your digital age."Alison Ginsberg, co-owner of the Long Island restaurant Little Chefs, said she and her mother started the business after her mother decided she wanted to teach kids to cook."You need to be good with kids, a people-person and fun," she said.This is the school's second year in Woodside, although its original branch in Glen Cove, L.I., has been around for 20 years. It currently teaches 105 students in grades six through nine with speech and language problems, autism, learning disabilities, emotional problems and attention deficit disorder.The Career Day is part of the state-mandated transition program for special education students."I think a majority of our students will have some difficulty with standardized tests," said Jeremy Tiegerman, a psychologist at the school. "It's important they try to figure out an appropriate vocation going forward."As they reach high school, many of the students will wind up with more free time at the end of the school day, he said, which they should devote to internship
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