The Tiffin City Schools Business Advisory Council is sponsoring a job fair on March 10 at Tiffin Columbian High School. The primary purpose of the fair is to assist high school seniors who don’t plan to attend post-secondary classes in the fall. It is also an opportunity for those who do plan to continue their education to learn about employers who will have a need to hire individuals with the skills they will be learning. In addition, this event will get 8th graders thinking about their futures and give them the opportunity to learn about local career opportunities and the skills and education they will need to succeed.
The agenda is as follows:
10-11am: 8th graders from the Tiffin Middle School will meet with the employers
12pm: Columbian seniors will arrive
1-2:30pm: High school seniors from 10 other area schools will be in attendance
There is space for approximately 50 tables and to date 30 Seneca County employers have responded to express an interest in attending. To reserve a table, contact Pat Smith at Tiffin City Schools at 419-447-2515.
Students should bring a resume and be prepared for a brief introduction interview.
The Business Advisory Council is committee of the Tiffin City Board of Education and is comprised of people from industry, retail, public relations and journalism, medical fields, construction, government agencies along with parents and educators from elementary through higher education. Members look at the trends in the community, employment needs, and other issues to develop a plan that helps students become career ready. Together they develop curriculum and/or study existing curriculum and activities that would teach necessary skills, career awareness, and economic knowledge while preparing the students to be good citizens. Meetings began in February 2016 and accomplishments include:
- Implemented the REACH program for the TCS 4th-6th graders
- Created student advisory committees at the middle school and high school
- Have plans for Camp Invention this summer
- Have plans to implement the STRIVE program for high school students at risk to not graduate (Coordinated with the Tiffin Rotary Club).