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Appleton high school students exploring careers in construction
More than a hundred students from Appleton North, East and West High School students have nailed leadership. Twenty-five sophomores and 25 juniors from each high school were selected for a special Student Leadership Program through Gulfstream.

With the help of Boldt and the trades it uses, the students are learning the ins and outs of the business, even participating in some of the manual labor.





Kaitlyn Schneider discovered her career pathway in Transportation in high school through experiential opportunities.

"My favorite teacher was Peter Worley for auto mechanics. He always pushed to challenge me, and was never surprised when I surpassed the boys in either tests or labs."




YA

Briana is an AASD Youth Apprenticeship student. She is the first female youth apprentice in the diesel program and is doing a 2 year Youth Apprenticeship with Packer City International Trucks.

Congrats Briana!

Read more about YA in the AASD


Mitchell Nussbaum and Jake Miller, students of the Willems Student Marketing Team, took on the project of organizing the SOAR vs. Lightning basketball game. Throughout their process, they redeveloped a logo, developed promotional strategies, connected with sponsors and executed the event. They used their existing marketing and business skills, while at the same time, developed new ones and made some new friends too.
SOAR

School Counselors at BoldtAASD school counselors recently attended a lunch and learn with The Boldt Company. All counselors K-12 attended and learned about multiple opportunities that Architecture and Construction career pathway have to offer.

The counselors also heard from Boldt employees who shared their stories on how they got to where they are today.

 


Project Lead the Way Partners Elementary Users and High School Builders

North High School Juniors and Seniors in the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Computer Science and Software Engineering class teamed up with second grade students at Huntley Elementary to incorporate newly-developed knowledge and skills related to mobile app development.

Guest Post: Don't Let an (App)ortunity Pass You By


 

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