Community businesses allow Batesville High School students unique work-based opportunities

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Information and photos provided by Laura Howard, Batesville School District

Community business partnerships allow Batesville High School students the opportunity to participate in paid work-based learning internships and apprenticeships.

March 5 and 6, Batesville School District recognized five additional students committed to E3 internships/apprenticeships with Intimidator and First Community Bank during a signing presentation. 

They join several of their classmates who are receiving training/experience through actual part-time employment. Through this program, students gain valuable work-based learning experience while earning career-focused elective credit.

BHS business and industry partners take time to invest in our students and equip them with skills to prepare them for their futures.

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Pictured: Alexius Gray (First Community Bank), Ainsley Walker (First Community Bank), Blake Moss (Intimidator), Joseph Wells (Intimidator), and Karson Douglas (Intimidator).    

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