Students learn about industry, leadership

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Cassville High School Seniors watch how boots are made at Justin Brands in Cassville. The Cassville Chamber of Commerce, students and local businesses recently participated in Industry Day, one of three sessions with the Tomorrow's Leaders Today program. Eleven seniors were selected for the program, which seeks to recognize students for dedication to, and excellence in, leaderships, scholarship, character and community service. Students are expected to maintain high standards by remaining active in organizations, and demonstrate positive leadership in all aspects of student life. The program's goal is to introduce the students to local professionals to form relationships and further their educational knowledge. The program's first session was held in October, the second in November and the third and most recent session, was held on Jan. 13. The chamber and students wish to thank George's, Arning Companies, Able 2 Products and Justin Brands for participating, for the jobs they hold within the city and for the work they do nationwide. Contributed photo

Cassville High School Seniors watch how boots are made at Justin Brands in Cassville. The Cassville Chamber of Commerce, students and local businesses recently participated in Industry Day, one of three sessions with the Tomorrow's Leaders Today program.

Cassville High School students watch and learn how lights and siren products are made at Able 2 in Cassville. The students, along with the Cassville Chamber of Commerce and local businesses, participated in Industry Day on Wednesday in conjunction with the Tomorrow's Leaders Today program. Its goal is to introduce students to local professionals to form relationships and advance their educational knowledge. Contributed photo
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