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See photos from Uwharrie Middle's "Students at Work"

Uwharrie Middle School hosted "Students At Work" on March 16-18. Members of the community visited the school to talk with all grade levels about various careers. Students were asked to pick their top two choices and attended sessions based on those choices. 

Volunteer speakers were invited in the following careers:
EMS, NFL pro player, Business Owner, Nurse, Graphic Designer, Firefighter, Cosmetologist, Geologist, Pilot, Mayor, Dietitian, Public Safety Specialist, Auto Mechanic, and Media and Public Relations Specialist.

UMS was excited to help students learn about the careers that interest them. We would like to express our appreciation for all the community members who volunteered their time and to Julie Smith (guidance counselor) and Cyndi Godfrey (student advocate) for organizing this event.

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