Students at a table on stage in front of crowd

Grayson County Chamber members heard all about the district’s work-based learning program during the August membership luncheon.

New Transition Coordinator Brandi Lee gave an overview of the program, piloted last school year, as GCHS students shared their personal experiences with the business leaders.

Work-based learning gives students an opportunity to “test-drive” potential careers. It also lets employers get to know our students – their prospective employees.

To learn how your business can take advantage of this opportunity, contact Brandi Lee at the GC Technology Center, 270-259-3195. She’ll be happy to get you on your way!