Students Participate In Little Apple Job Shadow Program

During the first quarter of the 2001-2002 school year, Manhattan High School students participated in the Little Apple Job Shadowing program.

Job Shadowing is an educational activity dedicated to giving students an up-close look at the world of work. Job shadowing gives students a chance to "shadow" a workplace mentor throughout a day on the job. This shows students how the skills learned in school relate to the workplace.

Manhattan High School would like to congratulate the following students for participating in this opportunity. MHS would also like to thank the Manhattan area businesses that participated in this positive activity. The time and energy invested in our youth helps students prepare for their future career goals.

Kelly Heavy job shadowed at KSU Vet. Medical Teaching Hospital with Sherry Sharp

Sheryl Hefner job shadowed at KSU Vet. Medical Teaching Hospital with Linda Schoen

Alexandra Carter job shadowed at the Public Defender Office in Junction City with Maritza Segarra

Heather Fuertes job shadowed at KJCK/BIG KAT 94.5 with D.J. Rodney

Ashley Morgan job shadowed at Andrews and Associates, Inc. with Rusty Andrews, Ph.D.

Antoinette Calderone, Kelsey Childress and ShaLinda Creer job shadowed at The Manhattan Mercury with Daniel Hobson, Mary Spiro Levin, Bill Felber and Michele Hall

Julie Frerking job shadowed at Shadowsmith Photography with Pete Garfinkel

Stephen Harris job shadowed at Kellstrom Pharmacy with Kris Badders

Karina Perez-Fajardo job shadowed at KSU Athletic Department - computer animation with Ben Boyle

Clayton Shearer job shadowed at Edward Jones with Matt Paquette

The Little Apple Job Shadowing program will be offered again on February 8 and 15, 2002. Any Manhattan area businesses interested in participating should contact Vanessa Hope at 587-2100 ext. 131 by November 30, 2001.