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Students prepare for after high school

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WINONA, MN. (WXOW) - Reach is an initiative that addresses the gap between employer needs and worker skills. It prepares juniors at Winona High School for life after school.

The students are getting a head start and setting themselves up in a strong position to be skilled workers in the Winona area.

There are different areas of immersion these students can learn about such as manufacturing and trade jobs, as well as Health and Human Services jobs.

Students are able to get some hands-on experience outside of the classroom.

"It is a lot better than just sitting in a classroom because I can get hands-on and do some of the things that I enjoy and some things that are gonna help me further my career," said junior, Nicholas Hesterberg.

Click here to learn how your business or child can get involved.

Declan Levy

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