The Tangled Web We Weave

Christiane Marshall is one of our Entrepreneurs-in-Residence in the Epicenter’s small business incubator. One of her three entrepreneurial hats is Marietta and Beyond, an online magazine. As an incubatee, she is required to work with local students. This past week, Hannah McDole, a senior at Warren High School, completed a job shadow experience as part of the BB2C Job Shadow program coordinated by Tonya Davis. Hannah was placed with Christiane because of her interest in journalism. During her placement, Hannah wrote a piece for Marietta and Beyond encouraging parents to attend and bring their children to the upcoming Family Career Awareness Day event. This job shadow placement has the potential to turn into an internship, with Hannah being a regular contributor to Marietta and Beyond, and a correspondent for BB2C. Check back to see how it all turns out….in the meantime, read Hannah’s article:

You don’t want your kids to miss this!

Let your kids loose at Family Career Awareness Day October 18, 2018

Are you or your teen curious about jobs or wanting to connect with companies or employers? Come join us for Family Career Awareness day on October 18, 2018 from 4 to 7 p.m., at the Washington County Junior Fair Building! You and your kids can enjoy the scavenger hunt, free food, and casual environment!

It Will be FUN!

Let your kids loose on the scavenger hunt, specially designed to make it easy for them to approach the business booths.

This will be the 5th annual Family Career Awareness Day! You don’t want to wait another year. Come join us and you can learn about local careers and jobs and discover new career fields. Building Bridges to Careers (BB2C) has been doing this for five years. They want to give parents and students a chance to talk to companies and learn about different jobs.

FREE Food and Door Prizes!

There will be door prizes and Free food, including pizza, will be available. And then your teen can get a signed certificate and bring it to school for the incentive the school gives out!

There will be tons of businesses (almost 50) and freelancers.

“This is our biggest event of the year,” Tonya Davis (BB2C Coordinator) said. Come join us at the Washington county Junior Fair building October 18th from 4-7 pm.

~Hannah McDole