Wouldn’t it be great to know what is really involved in a profession and be able to decide if it would be a good fit for you before you go down the path? The Career Mentorship Program at the McVey Innovative Learning Center gives students this chance. Students are able to develop an understanding of how their knowledge from textbooks and experience in the classroom can translate to the responsibilities in the workplace and prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
Mikayla Jewell is a junior at Hilliard Darby High School. She wants to be a journalist when she graduates. She mentored with the School-Community Relations Department. She completed this video report to explain the program and inspire more students and mentors to get involved.