The Milbank High School career day Thursday, February 18, was rated a success by MHS principal Dan Snaza and the Grant County Development Corporation.
Over 200 junior and senior students from Milbank, Grant-Deuel, Summit and Wilmot took part in the event that featured over 22 local businesses. “We had really positive feedback from the students,” stated Snaza. “They were real attentive and the presentations were very good. Bobbie Bohlen did a great job of organizing the event.”
Local businesses showcased their career choices and explained the various skills, qualifications and aptitudes needed for successful careers in their field of expertise. “A goal was to show that Milbank is a good place to live, get a good job and raise a family,” Snaza mentioned. “We wanted to help the students in their future planning, and I feel our goals were accomplished with this event.”
Careers areas highlighted were agriculture, education, hospitality, manufacturing, construction, banking and finance, human services, marketing, arts, government, engineering, law and public safety, health sciences and beyond.