Career Academy Program brings students into workforce
Friday, March 15, 2019
When Jared Cutts was in high school he wanted his learning to extend beyond the classroom.
He wanted hands-on experience in the workforce.
“When you’re sitting in class learning you’re absorbing information, you’re not out experiencing what you’re learning,” Cutts explained.
He joined Osceola High School’s Career Academy Program because he thought the opportunity for hands-on learning through the program was unique. He did not know that CAPS would lead to a job as a fulltime employee with local paddle manufacturer, Branches LLC.
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