Students Job Shadow with Noon Rotary
Rotarian, Superintendent, Judge and Interim Principal send Juniors off for a day of career exploration

Junior students from Marble Falls and Faith High Schools are out in the community job shadowing Thursday, November 3rd, with the Marble Falls Noon Rotarians.

“We have 75 Rotarians hosting 231 students on 30 different career pathway tours to help students obtain real-world experiences in their area of career interest,” said Rotarian, Rick Stacy.  “This experience will help students make career decisions just before the time they start making applications to university and career post-secondary institutions.”

Stacy worked with Judge William Savage to help co-organize this year’s Noon Rotary Career and Job Shadowing day around career pathways identified by student career interest surveys.  Students will job shadow and tour businesses and organizations in their targeted career area of interest throughout the school day.  In addition to the job shadowing, students will have the opportunity to network and establish mentoring relationships over a free lunch generously provided by their Noon Rotarian host.


Noon Rotarians greet their tour groups for a day of job shadowing

For more information about the MFISD Career and Technology Education (CTE) pathways of study and student projects, visit @MFISDCTE on Twitter. You can also view videos of career pathways at:

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