Davies industry alliances produce job offers for 30 tech school grads

PARTICIPANTS ARE SHOWN during Signing Day at Davies Career & Technical High School earlier this summer. Thirty students in the school’s work-based learning program have received full-time job offers. / COURTESY DAVIES CAREER & TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
LINCOLN – Thirty students from Davies Career & Technical High School have received full-time offers from the school’s work-based learning program business partners, which include manufacturers, said Susan Votto, the school’s supervisor of career and technical education. “The success of our work-based learning program is due to the enormous support we receive from our industry partners…

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