Students learn about career paths at Boomerang

For the fourth year in a row, the Chamber of Commerce Grand Haven-Spring Lake-Ferrysburg hosted a career exploration event called Boomerang in an effort to connect local business professionals with area high school students.
Tribune Staff
Oct 26, 2011

 

On Tuesday, local businesses sent representatives to spend the day interacting with nearly 800 students from Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Central high schools at Grand Haven High School’s Field House.

Boomerang is a career exploration event designed to attract local talent back to the area after pursuing higher education. This goal is achieved by showcasing local companies and the kinds of talent they hire.

Participating businesses had the opportunity to showcase their organizations and the various career paths available with students. In turn, students had an opportunity to personally meet, interact and ask questions about careers, education, skills and training with local professionals.

To see more photos from the event, click here.

 

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