Local elected officials are joining AT&T and Junior Achievement for job shadowing sessions designed to encourage Manual High School students to stay in school and better prepare themselves for the workforce. The $100 million AT&T/JA Worldwide Job Shadow initiative teaches students about careers and helps them see firsthand the educational background and skills they will need to succeed on the job.
Wednesday, April 7
Noon – 12:30 p.m.
AT&T Indiana HQ
240 N. Meridian Street – 17th Floor Auditorium
State Rep. Mary Ann Sullivan
Indy City-County Councilor Jeff Cardwell
Indiy City-County Councilor Dane Mahern
Officials from AT&T, Junior Achievement and Manual High School
Students participating in the session