High School students in Washington still have a chance to learn about a future career through a second job shadowing opportunity.  Ed Raber with Washington Economic Development Group says the Workplace Learning Connection through Kirkwood Community College is providing these placements for area high school students in their areas of career interest.

Twenty-four students from Washington are taking part in these job shadows.  The top ten career choices range from athletic trainer and radiology technician to teachers and engineers.

The application deadline for this second round is December 16th.  For more information, contact the high school Guidance Office.

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