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One of the most effective ways to expose students to real world career

opportunities is to allow students to follow, or shadow, workers in a variety of careers. Teachers in our high school are providing rigorous instruction daily; the opportunity for students to get outside the high school walls and into local businesses provides true relevance. There are many opportunities for all high school students to experience. Job shadowing and mock interviews are effective means of gaining career knowledge for students in the 9th, 10th, and 11th grade. As a junior, students will be taking Consumer Living. As a senior, there are a variety of programs that provide opportunities for students to learn, hands-on, in the “real-world.” I hope that all students find what they are looking for- inside or outside of the high school walls. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me. If you are from a local business and would like to host students, either for a day or an entire school year (student Internship or Diversified Occupations), please let me know. I am always looking to increase the business partnerships within the community.

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Transition Coordinator

Hanover High School