Diploma won't be enough to land good jobs after graduation
By The Staff
Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 8:00 pm
I recently attended a conference devoted to college preparation. I left with an “eyes wide open” understanding of how much different the world is for our students than it was for previous generations.
When I decided to relay this information to our student body, one huge obstacle stood before me. I wondered, “How am I to change the normal thought of the average high school student?”
When I was in high school, my plans for the future could be summed up in this sentence: “I’ll do something, I’m just not sure what.”
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