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Workforce Development Programs Introduce Students to Career Alternatives

DARKE COUNTY — Partnering for Progress is adding several new initiatives this year in its efforts to bring together students and businesses to develop a skilled and dependable workforce, as well as show students that their options for the future are far more wide-ranging than they might have believed.

From the September 23, 2015 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Rachel Lloyd, Staff Reporter

DARKE COUNTY — Partnering for Progress is adding several new initiatives this year in its efforts to bring together students and businesses to develop a skilled and dependable workforce, as well as show students that their options for the future are far more wide-ranging than they might have believed.

Manufacturing Day is not a new program this year, but Darke County will continue its participation in the nationwide program that celebrates modern manufacturing and is meant to introduce and inspire the next generation of workers to a whole new range of career options.

This year in Darke County, all of the sophomores from eight school districts will be touring one of eight different businesses on Oct. 2.

“We want to give them an accurate perception of manufacturing in 2015,” said Lisa Wendel, Career Pathway Coordinator at Darke County Economic Development.

Junior Job Shadow week will be Nov. 9-13, when interested juniors have the opportunity to spend half a school day job shadowing in an area that interests them.,,,,,

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