Students hear from Chad Stein, founder of SC Strategic Solutions.
Local high school students recently participated in Student Bootcamp — an innovative new format facilitated by Norwalk Economic Development Corporation (NEDC) to expose students to workforce opportunities in this region. In partnership with the Huron County Business Advisory Council and Firelands Forward, 32 students attended business tours of SC Strategic Solutions, Fisher-Titus Medical Center and Dutch-Maid Logistics. Through these business tours, which took place last week, students learned about local quality jobs available in the information technology (IT) industry.
Students pose with Fisher-Titus employees.
Huron County’s Business Advisory Council fosters cooperation among schools, businesses and the communities they serve. The objective is to ensure that educators’ curriculum aligns with business needs. The following schools participated in this event:
Norwalk High School
Monroeville High School
Western Reserve High School
New London High School
Willard High School
Dutch-Maid Logistics was the third and final stop of the day.