Junior Achievement partnership offers Q&A opportunities for LHS students to learn about local companies

NEWS RELEASE – Susanne Quigley, Chief Information Officer

LOVELAND – The Loveland High School (LHS) Counseling Department’s partnership with Junior Achievement – the nation’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy – is facilitating a series of presentations and Q&A opportunities for students to learn about local companies and the industries in which they operate. 

Drews Mitchell (on the left) presents David Cook with a certificate of appreciation for sharing his knowledge and experience with students at Loveland High School. (Provided)

These Career Pathways presentations host notable representatives from a variety of companies who share knowledge and experience about their field, helping link the robust curriculum at Loveland with real-world opportunities and assisting students as they prepare for success after high school.

“David Cook, senior vice president and chief human resource officer at TriHealth, recently came to speak about career paths and success in the healthcare industry,” said Drews Mitchell, LHS Career and College Counselor. “It was eye opening for students to learn about the multitude of career options within healthcare – not only traditional medical pathways, but everything from culinary to information security and marketing careers.”

Next up in the Career Pathways series: Mr. Steve Eder from Messer Construction, representing the Construction Industry, who will speak to students on February 10; and Ms. Bonnie Curtis from the Castellini Group, representing the Transportation, Supply Chain and Logistics Industry, on March 12.

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