Career guests deliver information to freshmen

By: For the Record
Contributed photo Kendrix Singletary, resident artist at Carolina Civic Center in Lumberton, and professional entertainer, visits students on Oct. 16, sharing his experiences and knowledge of careers in entertainment.

The Career Management class focuses on foundational skills with a twist for enrolled students. Anson High School offers ten career clusters and students spend approximately five to six instructional hours focusing on each of them as it correlates with the curriculum.

Additionally, supplemental activities and speakers offer a diverse perspective to the various careers. The goal is for students to select a career cluster they would like to follow during their tenure at Anson High. This goal will become their major and they will also select a minor which may include Arts and JROTC.

Lastly, with the partnership of SPCC offering community college classes on campus and achievement of various industry recognized certifications, students will be better prepared for the workforce and higher education.

These students will have an opportunity to interact and network with career professionals at a Career Fair on Dec. 8 from noon-2 p.m.

Any businesses that would like to participate in this opportunity should contact Kim Ingold at Anson High School.

Contributed photo Kendrix Singletary, resident artist at Carolina Civic Center in Lumberton, and professional entertainer, visits students on Oct. 16, sharing his experiences and knowledge of careers in entertainment.
https://ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_anson_speaker.jpgContributed photo Kendrix Singletary, resident artist at Carolina Civic Center in Lumberton, and professional entertainer, visits students on Oct. 16, sharing his experiences and knowledge of careers in entertainment.

For the Record