Monday, May 21, 2012

Students Get Help Preparing for Working World

Homestead High School student
Connor Kelley shelves books
while working in a library.
MEQUON, Wis. -- In a classroom at Milwaukee Area Technical College last week, student Sonia Fischer offered her teacher some examples of good and bad job interview behavior.
Good: keeping your hands on your lap or on the table. Bad: talking on your cellphone.
Fischer, who is 20, and the four other students in the class that day attend Homestead High School, where they receive services until 21 years of age because of their disabilities.

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