Juvenile Career Program

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An area career program is hoping to help troubled teens make the right choice. Teachers from the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center have been inviting community leaders, like our own Shane Holinde, to speak about their career.

The program is called the work adjustment cycle that tests students to find their possible career interests. Besides Shane, other visitors have included an FBI agent, someone from Western's Admission's Office, Former Western Football Coach Jack Harbaugh, someone from the Bowling Green Technical College, and many more. Each week someone new visits and talks for about a half hour and answers questions the students may have.