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School-to-Work Program Students, Employers Virtually Recognized

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June 05, 2020 | Community

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (JUNE 5, 2020) — Students and employers involved in Williamsport Area High School’s School-to-Work Program were virtually honored in lieu of the program’s annual Community Partners Appreciation Breakfast.

In partnership with local employers, the program places students in job positions around the community. The goal of the workforce development program is to cultivate and put into practice the skills needed for job and career obtainment and retention beyond high school.

Not only were the students recognized for successfully completing the program but their employers also were recognized in kind. Twenty-three of the program participants this year were seniors, each of whom received a certificate honoring their accomplishments:

  • Hailey Ace
  • Jakob Adams
  • Tashaun Anderson
  • Tristian Bailey
  • Tydaysha Barbee
  • Cristopher Boring
  • Hunter Corson
  • Jayani Davis
  • Amber Dunlap
  • Latavia Green
  • Ethan Kerbacher
  • Seth Lincoln
  • Michael Messner
  • Keream Morris
  • Cheyenne Murray
  • Samantha Older
  • Anthony Schwallie
  • Aidan Sitler
  • Kirsten Stetts
  • Riley Stewart
  • Marcus Turner
  • Derek Walker
  • Storm Wells

This year’s program partners were: Alabaster Coffee, American Rescue Workers, Aramark, BLaST IU 17, CareerLink, Christian Church as Cogan Station, Dunkin’, ELECT/EFI Teen Parenting Program, Financial 1st Federal Credit Union, Giant, Manor Care, Paddington Station Preschool and Childcare, PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Student Transportation of America, VanCampen Motors, Weis Markets, WASD, Wes Matthews Auto, Yoder’s Parking Marking, and YMCA Child Care.

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