Exploring local job opportunities


Finding out what it’s like behind a sports commentators desk are Sidney High School students Katie Atwood, left, 14, daughter of Scott and Tricia Atwood, and Caroline Gallimore, 17, both of Sidney, daughter of Cheryl and Chris Gallimore. Getting a feel for camera work is Anna High School students Savanna Hostetler, left, 15, daughter of Scott and Melissa Hostetler, and Eleah Wilson, both of Anna, 15, daughter of Trintney Todd. The educational interactive setup was provided by NKTelco Sports for the 2017 Career Exploration Academy held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Thursday, Sept. 21. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way teamed up to bring local business out to the fairgrounds to show local students what job opportunities are available locally and what skills they need to do those jobs. The academy continues Friday at the fairgrounds.

Finding out what it’s like behind a sports commentators desk are Sidney High School students Katie Atwood, left, 14, daughter of Scott and Tricia Atwood, and Caroline Gallimore, 17, both of Sidney, daughter of Cheryl and Chris Gallimore. Getting a feel for camera work is Anna High School students Savanna Hostetler, left, 15, daughter of Scott and Melissa Hostetler, and Eleah Wilson, both of Anna, 15, daughter of Trintney Todd. The educational interactive setup was provided by NKTelco Sports for the 2017 Career Exploration Academy held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Thursday, Sept. 21. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way teamed up to bring local business out to the fairgrounds to show local students what job opportunities are available locally and what skills they need to do those jobs. The academy continues Friday at the fairgrounds.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Finding out what it’s like behind a sports commentators desk are Sidney High School students Katie Atwood, left, 14, daughter of Scott and Tricia Atwood, and Caroline Gallimore, 17, both of Sidney, daughter of Cheryl and Chris Gallimore. Getting a feel for camera work is Anna High School students Savanna Hostetler, left, 15, daughter of Scott and Melissa Hostetler, and Eleah Wilson, both of Anna, 15, daughter of Trintney Todd. The educational interactive setup was provided by NKTelco Sports for the 2017 Career Exploration Academy held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Thursday, Sept. 21. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way teamed up to bring local business out to the fairgrounds to show local students what job opportunities are available locally and what skills they need to do those jobs. The academy continues Friday at the fairgrounds.

Finding out what it’s like behind a sports commentators desk are Sidney High School students Katie Atwood, left, 14, daughter of Scott and Tricia Atwood, and Caroline Gallimore, 17, both of Sidney, daughter of Cheryl and Chris Gallimore. Getting a feel for camera work is Anna High School students Savanna Hostetler, left, 15, daughter of Scott and Melissa Hostetler, and Eleah Wilson, both of Anna, 15, daughter of Trintney Todd. The educational interactive setup was provided by NKTelco Sports for the 2017 Career Exploration Academy held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Thursday, Sept. 21. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way teamed up to bring local business out to the fairgrounds to show local students what job opportunities are available locally and what skills they need to do those jobs. The academy continues Friday at the fairgrounds.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092217JobExplore.jpgFinding out what it’s like behind a sports commentators desk are Sidney High School students Katie Atwood, left, 14, daughter of Scott and Tricia Atwood, and Caroline Gallimore, 17, both of Sidney, daughter of Cheryl and Chris Gallimore. Getting a feel for camera work is Anna High School students Savanna Hostetler, left, 15, daughter of Scott and Melissa Hostetler, and Eleah Wilson, both of Anna, 15, daughter of Trintney Todd. The educational interactive setup was provided by NKTelco Sports for the 2017 Career Exploration Academy held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Thursday, Sept. 21. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County and the Shelby County United Way teamed up to bring local business out to the fairgrounds to show local students what job opportunities are available locally and what skills they need to do those jobs. The academy continues Friday at the fairgrounds. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News