The Times - Serving Waitsburg, Dayton and the Touchet Valley

By Michele Smith

DHS hosts Mentor Round Table

Organizers hope the event will be a launching pad to reinstate an internship program


Brianna Wray

Col. Co. Sheriff Joe Helm (center) listens as Ryan Ortuno (right), an attorney with Marinella and Boggs, talked about his reasons for going into the field of Law, and he discussed the best reasons for becoming an attorney. He also talked about the pitfalls and benefits of a career in Law.

DAYTON-For high school students, having the opportunity to meet with people from many walks of working life is important as they begin their journey into life after high school and the arena of the world of work.

Students in grades eight through twelve at Dayton High School had that opportunity when adults representing twenty-seven different careers were on hand at Dayton High School on May 24 to help them explore the possibilities.

The building trades, business, medicine, law, agriculture, science, technology, engineering, art and government were all well represented during the first of it...

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