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Although she came into YA with little knowledge of the program, Reese said she quickly was able to see its benefits. Specifically, Reese pointed out the value of using school concepts at work and incorporating workplace skills
in the classroom.


Carson Simon is a senior at Frederic High School with a great job. Through Youth Apprenticeship, he has secured a position in the manufacturing industry where he has the opportunity to use his skills and knowledge in a fast-paced environment where he has opportunities to grow.


Madison is truly a student with a strong commitment to helping others. The Youth Apprenticeship program provided the perfect opportunity for her to try out a career pathway while benefiting a local medical center as an employee.


For the last 18 months, Jabin Friberg has been employed with a company that he loves. In his position at Kwik Trip in Amery, he is able to stay busy in a variety of roles. And through Ramona Lockwood’s Youth Apprenticeship program, he is benefiting from a supported work experience.


Ben Andersen has had his heart set on becoming an electrician since his freshman year of high school.
Through the Youth Apprenticeship (YA) program, this dream is becoming a reality.


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Natalie, a Plum City High School senior, is employed at the Plum City Care Center, a position she has held for the past year and a half. Natalie’s mother was familiar with the YA program from her own experience working in a school, and initially encouraged Natalie to pursue the program.


As a senior at Glenwood City high school, Lexi is involved with the Youth Apprenticeship program in the area of  Health Science. She is also currently serving as FFA President. Lexi is a driven, hardworking student on the path to career success.


Henry Pike has some big dreams for his future, and his affiliation with Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is helping him achieve them.