Learning about work


Joe Burton, a manufacturing supervisor at Tremac Sloan in Galion, talks with eighth-graders at Galion Middle School as part of the WAGE (Workforce Awareness for Graduates and Educators) program to introduce students to local workplace opportunities. WAGE started last year as a pilot program with the Bucyrus School District. Crawford County Education and Economic Development Director Gary Frankhouse is looking to expand it through Crawford County.


Joe Burton, a manufacturing supervisor at Tremac Sloan in Galion, talks with eighth-graders at Galion Middle School as part of the WAGE (Workforce Awareness for Graduates and Educators) program to introduce students to local workplace opportunities. WAGE started last year as a pilot program with the Bucyrus School District. Crawford County Education and Economic Development Director Gary Frankhouse is looking to expand it through Crawford County.

Joe Burton, a manufacturing supervisor at Tremac Sloan in Galion, talks with eighth-graders at Galion Middle School as part of the WAGE (Workforce Awareness for Graduates and Educators) program to introduce students to local workplace opportunities. WAGE started last year as a pilot program with the Bucyrus School District. Crawford County Education and Economic Development Director Gary Frankhouse is looking to expand it through Crawford County.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_20151124_095413.jpgJoe Burton, a manufacturing supervisor at Tremac Sloan in Galion, talks with eighth-graders at Galion Middle School as part of the WAGE (Workforce Awareness for Graduates and Educators) program to introduce students to local workplace opportunities. WAGE started last year as a pilot program with the Bucyrus School District. Crawford County Education and Economic Development Director Gary Frankhouse is looking to expand it through Crawford County.
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