MIDDLETOWN, OH—Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, the Journal-News highlighted Marshall High School’s partnership with BelFlex in mentoring 16 to 20 juniors and seniors for an hour each day, teaching them a range of skills including how to write a resume, hunt for a job and dress professionally.
A charter school here again will participate in a program that helps students to be confident, poised and ready for employment.
Marshall High School was selected by BelFlex Staffing Network for its BelFlex Junior Mentoring Program, a seven-week program that partners local high school and area businesses, now in its third year overall and its second consecutive year in Middletown.
BelFlex is a staffing and workforce solutions firm that provides temporary, temp-to-hire and full-time light industrial employees to businesses nationwide.
“Selecting the right high school is a critical step in this journey, and Marshall stood out to us last year because of its strong leadership and supportive learning environment,” said Ann Hollingsworth, community outreach manager at BelFlex. “That experience was such a positive one for the school, the community and BelFlex that we felt it was important to continue with Marshall so we reach even more of its dedicated young people.”
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We made it our mission to develop our students into successful adults, and to us, that includes preparing them for life after Marshall. We believe that giving our students real-world experiences instills confidence, allows them to dream bigger, and set loftier goals for themselves.
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