Putnam County Educational Service Center held events for Work Based Learning students


Left to right: Steve Apple (executive director), students: Jiselle Pena, Alexia Elizarraga, Marissa Chamberlain, Sonya Mendoza, Esmeralda Cano and Alondra Cano. Back row: Michelle Flores (WBL coach, Michael Rudinicki (recruiter).

Left to right: Steve Apple (executive director), students: Jiselle Pena, Alexia Elizarraga, Marissa Chamberlain, Sonya Mendoza, Esmeralda Cano and Alondra Cano. Back row: Michelle Flores (WBL coach, Michael Rudinicki (recruiter).


OTTAWA — The Putnam County Educational Service Center held interview and tour events for local Work Based Learning students.

Trilogy recruiter Michael Rudinicki met with participants who were interviewed, toured the facilty and met residents and staff on Feb. 13, 20 and 27.

The WBL program offers eligible students a career exploration by visiting post-secondary education sites, job shadowing, volunteerism and employment. The Putnam County Educational Service Center and area schools work to establish sustainable funding through the Ohio Department of Education and others for the continuation of this pilot initiative.

Left to right: Steve Apple (executive director), students: Jiselle Pena, Alexia Elizarraga, Marissa Chamberlain, Sonya Mendoza, Esmeralda Cano and Alondra Cano. Back row: Michelle Flores (WBL coach, Michael Rudinicki (recruiter).
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2017/03/web1_Clipboard01-2.jpgLeft to right: Steve Apple (executive director), students: Jiselle Pena, Alexia Elizarraga, Marissa Chamberlain, Sonya Mendoza, Esmeralda Cano and Alondra Cano. Back row: Michelle Flores (WBL coach, Michael Rudinicki (recruiter).

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