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Students Look at Career Options

VERSAILLES — One of the best ways to help a student figure out where he wants to go in life is to let him see what his options are. Midmark wanted to help area students learn about their career options by hosting a job shadow event on Tuesday morning.

From the May 13, 2015 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Rachel Lloyd, Staff Writer

VERSAILLES — One of the best ways to help a student figure out where he wants to go in life is to let him see what his options are. Midmark wanted to help area students learn about their career options by hosting a job shadow event on Tuesday morning.

Sue Hulsmeyer, director of Organizational Development and Learning at Midmark, said job shadowing is a great way for a student to figure what they want — and don’t want — to do for a living, but for many kids, it’s pretty daunting to make it happen. They have to find out what’s available, whom to contact, what to say. Hulsmeyer said they wanted to remove those obstacles.

Midmark made the offer to various schools’ counselors, and Bruce Davison at Mississinawa Valley took the company up on its offer.

Midmark supplied a list of job descriptions to the school, and the school in turn matched up interested students. Twenty M-V juniors participated in the job shadowing, exploring careers from welding to Web content administration.

“This is the first opportunity we’ve had to do this,” Davison said. He enthusiastically encouraged the kids to get all they could out of the experience.....

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