Hoosier Hills Career Center Students Look to the Future
On March 9, 2016, Hoosier Hills invited in various employers and post secondary leaders to come and speak to a group of our students about interview, resume, and job skills. The center is piloting an Employability Skills program with classes that helps students learn skills that are vital to be successful in the workplace. The March 9 employer panel was a huge success with high levels of student engagement. Students heard from actual employers in the city about what they are looking for in an employee and how to achieve gainful employment.
The employer panel had representatives from: Minton Body Shop, Cook Medical, Curry Auto Dealership, Ivy Tech Nursing, Ivy Tech Radiation Therapy, Ivy Tech Healthcare Support, and the Monroe County Community Foundation with the Region 8 Works Council.
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