School-to-Work program boosts workforce readiness
Nineteen of the program participants this year were seniors, each of whom received a certificate honoring their accomplishments. Program standouts, seniors Victoria Dauberman and Aaron Smith, spoke about the meaningful experiences the program provided. Head Principal Brandon Pardoe, School-to-Work Program coordinator Susan McGehean and secondary special education supervisor Amy Wolfhope-Briggs offered words of wisdom and encouragement to the group.
This year’s program partners were: Alabaster Coffee, Buffalo Wild Wings, Christian Church of Cogan Station, ELECT/EFI Teen Parenting Program, Horizon Federal Credit Union, Lycoming College Dining Services, Pennsylvania CareerLink, Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Training, Qdoba, Save A Lot, Student Transportation of America, Welding Unlimited, Weis Markets, and WASD.