Mallory Caldwell is part of the WACC WBL Co-Op program and is preparing for a teaching career through her job as a paraprofessional at Leesburg Elementary. Mallory has several experiences daily working with various grade levels as she decides which grade level best fits her future. Today was a day for singing some alphabet songs and practicing letters and sounds in Mrs. Sproul's kindergarten class. Thanks, Mr. Dahms, and Leesburg Blue Blazers for welcoming Mallory into your school family! She is loving her experience!

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Dental Health P.C. recently celebrated WBL Co-Op student Karly Jones being named Homecoming queen and recognized her hard work in the office. Dr. Hollar has worked with our program since the 90s! Thank you, Dental Health P.C., for continuing to help our students pursue careers in the dental field ... and congratulations Karly!!

Biomet currently has employed two Co-Op students who are preparing for careers in the business world. Jonathan Hofer works for Vickie Woods in the HR Department, where he is responsible for recording and updating training records for employees. Thanks, Vickie and Herb!

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WACC WBL Co-Op student Jordan Greenburg is a member of the Warsaw Ziebart store, which was awarded North American Dealer of the Year for the second year in a row. Jordan is learning from the best!

Quinn Smith aspires to be a dentist/orthodontist, and Dr. Myers and staff are giving him the opportunity to pursue this dream each day. Quinn is able to prepare for his future hands-on through the WACC Work-Based Learning Co-Op program. Learning and safety are a premium at the office. Quinn has the privilege of learning from Dr. Myers's first Co-Op student, Riley, who is still employed at the office. Thanks for your commitment to student learning, Dr. Myers and staff!

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