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High School Seniors Network, Interview with Area Businesses

GREENVILLE – High school seniors got a glimpse of the local job market on Tuesday as part of the Darke County Senior Interview & Networking Event, sponsored by the county’s economic development office.

From the April 13, 2018 edition of The Early Bird

By Susan Hartley, Staff Reporter

GREENVILLE – High school seniors got a glimpse of the local job market on Tuesday as part of the Darke County Senior Interview & Networking Event, sponsored by the county’s economic development office.

The event, held at Greenville High School drew graduating seniors from around the county.

“This event allows them to connect with what our companies have to offer,” said Mike Stegall, county commissioner, who along with commissioner Matt Aultman volunteered in helping guide students through the networking process.

According to Tamala Marley, workforce specialist for Darke County Economic Development, students were given the opportunity to “interview” and gather information through networking, then participated in a three-minute interview with each company.

“The students got questions ahead of time, if they wanted to be prepared,” Marley explained.

Thirteen businesses and organizations were on hand to share information with students about summer job opportunities as well as internships and future careers within Darke County.

These included Edison Community College, Wayne HealthCare, Brethren Retirement Center, Midmark, GTI, Whirlpool, FRAM, Kroger, Fort Recovery Industries, Village Green, King’s Command, and Ramco......

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