Career Compass program gives students direction to succeed.

POSTED ON: May 27, 2020

High school juniors at both Hart and Shelby high schools participating in the Career Compass Mentor Program are receiving valuable lessons from local professionals in the community.

The program includes 28 mentors from four participating businesses — Shelby State Bank, Gray & Company, Peterson Farms, Inc. and Silver Lake Resort and Campground, said Oceana College Access Network (OCAN) Coordinator Alyssa Merten.

Career Compass piloted at Shelby High School in 2018 and 2019 with Peterson Farms, Merten said, and then it expanded to include Hart High School and the additional businesses in 2020. There are a total of 70 students from both schools participating.

Read the full article at the Oceana County Press


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