WCHS Work-Based Learning/Youth Apprenticeship Program Awards Luncheon
Fifty Wayne County High School students participating in the Work-Based Learning/Youth Apprenticeship Program were honored and recognized at their annual WBL/YAP Employer-Employee Appreciation Luncheon at Coastal Pines Technical College on Tuesday, April 9.
Over the course of the year, students in WBL/YAP work in local business, industry, or agricultural sites where they gain real-life experience that allows them to apply academic and technical skills and develop their employability.
Judy Beaver, WBL/YAP Coordinator, expressed her gratitude for the many local employers who take an interest in mentoring and developing the talents and skills of the community’s students.
Pictured above are (1st Row) Abigail Evans, Bryce Swanson, Jordyn Thompson, Maggie Miller, Claire Miller, Caleb Campbell, Chelsea Lyons, Camron Miller, Destiny Roberson, Kinsley Carter, Haley McKinzie, Destiny Chrysler, Julie Walker, Tianci Guan, (2nd Row) Lisbeth Oquendo, Gracie Yoder, Ashtyn Noland, Madison Christian, Bianca Jones, Macee Murray, Tay’von Weatherspoon, Kaylee Hunt, Judy Beaver (WBL/YAP Coordinator), Michelle Poinsett, Maggie White, Paul Stoneking, Kaitlyn Best, Baylee Chancellor, Taylor Arnett, and Reagan Reddish. Not pictured: Jordan Boulieneau, Caroline Brockington, Jeb Brown, Sky Carpenter, Alexie Foster, Emma Guyer-Hall, Levi Harrell, Tamia Jackson, Chloe Johnson, Brandon Jones, Jacob Leach, Chris Lee, Kamiyah Leggon, Zachary Peacock, Brett Priester, Bryce Ray, Jamison Sloan, Harley Souza, Sarah Taylor, Emily Teston, and Holly Wombolt.