High School News

In-Demand Jobs Week

Posted on: May 7, 2019
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Along with 11 other participating school programs, Wayne Local High School celebrated In-Demand Jobs Week at a signing event on May 6th, 2019. 

The purpose of In-Demand Jobs Week is to highlight careers in and around the area and where the starting point for education and training begins. The skills/trade market is in high demand, and can lead to extremely successful life paths, and even continuing education in many cases.  

The event was held at Lebanon High School, with special guests Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Senator Steve Wilson.  

Proudly representing Wayneville High School:  

Kendra Neely, Otterbein
Crystal Green, Ohio Living Quaker Heights Care Community
Andrew Van Dyke, Fecon, LLC
Morgan Baker, Ohio Living Quaker Heights Care Community
Adam Wilkerson, United Way Work Force Participating/Employment Undetermined
Dale Meeks (WACC and Waynesville HS), Clinton-Warren Joint Fire District

 In-Demand Signing Event Program

For the 2019-20 school year there will be multiple opportunities for juniors and seniors to learn about, get involved, and perhaps pursue a career field within the United Way Workforce Initiative.


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