JVS interns earn $250K


Staff Report



Ninety-four students successfully completed the 2016 JVS Summer Internship Program, working at 84 companies and earning more than $250,000. Additionally, 14 students participated in unpaid experiences.

The program is available to juniors who have completed their first year of career-technical training, and who have superior attendance and strong teacher recommendations.

From Amherst: Javier Faria, heating and air conditioning student, worked at Shagovac Heating and Cooling; Brandon Harris, carpentry student, worked at George’s Roofing; Austin Hembree, plumbing and pipefitting student, worked at Dick Esser Plumbing; Alexander Jahnsz, heating and air conditioning student, worked at Raymond Heating and Air Conditioning; Haley Myers, bakery and pastry arts student, worked at Panera Bread; Christian Smith, heating and air conditioning student, worked at Bay Furnace; Julia Spondike, culinary arts student, worked at Red Tail Golf Club; Andrew Waldrop, precision machine technology student, worked at Nordson Corporation; Logan Wearsch, carpentry student, worked at Mitchell Woodworking.

From Firelands: Douglas Childers, industrial electricity student, worked at North Coast Electric; Cheyeanne Clark, cosmetology student, worked at A Beau Monde Salon; Chloe Hewlett, precision machine technology student, worked at Humanetics; Hailey Koster, marketing and management student, worked at Olde Towne Pizza; Kyle Riggs, industrial equipment mechanics student, worked at Wellington Implement; Kyle Sidwell, industrial electricity student, worked at Cavanaugh Electric; Mackenzie Smith, bakery and pastry arts student, worked at K-Cream Parlour.

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