Students explore futures at job fair


March 29, 2022

Scott Swanson

Knife River staffers Holly Rathbun and Madi Seavey, right, talk with Colton Welch, Ethan Schuster and Trenton Smith, left at the job fair. Seavey was recruited by Knife River out of last year's job fair.

High school students clustered around tables at the Sweet Home Boys and Girls Club Thursday morning, March 23, looking for jobs.

Well, checking out the landscape, at least.

Approximately 80 Sweet Home High School juniors and seniors from the school's career and technical education programs walked from campus to the Boys and Girls Club gym, next door, to hand out resumes, converse with employers and get a general feel for any awaiting opportunities at the High School Career Fair.

The event was organized by Blake Manley, the school's natural resources teacher, who assembled the inaugural f...

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