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County's High School Juniors Get Some on-the-job Experience

DARKE COUNTY – In keeping with their effort to educate lcoal teens about the area’s workforce opportunities, Darke County Economic Development held its Junior Job Shadow program this past week.

From the November 20, 2018 edition of The Early Bird

By Susan Hartley, Staff Reporter

DARKE COUNTY – In keeping with their effort to educate lcoal teens about the area’s workforce opportunities, Darke County Economic Development held its Junior Job Shadow program this past week.

Approximately 180 high school juniors from around the county visiting with 38 employers, including healthcare, government, and manufacturing facilities this week to get a feel for what careers each had to offer.

Two students from Arcanum who are interested in future careers in law spent the day job shadowing Nicole Pohlman and Carrie Schmidt, attorneys for Garbig & Schmidt LLC in Arcanum. The day included a visit to the courthouse and discussion with Common Pleas Court Judge Jonathan P. Hein following a video arraignment of a prisoner being held in the Darke County Jail.

“It’s really a lot different than I pictured,” said junior Kayla O’Daniel, who admitted her opinion of law and courts has been formed by television or movies.

“We’ve been learning about how everything works together,” Garbig said.

Hein and assistant prosecutor Deborah Quigley met with the students following a video arraignment, explaining a little more about the judicial process, including what takes place when someone breaks the law.

According to Tamala Marley, Workforce Specialist, the Economic Development office has received “great feedback from several (school) counselors and businesses” about the Junior Job Shadow program......

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