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Students experience Careers in Action

11:26 AM, Apr. 25, 2013
Daily Herald Media tour guide and digital content manager Brian Otten explains to eight Mosinee High School juniors and teacher Robert Bach how social media can be used to expand readership to a larger audience.
Daily Herald Media tour guide and digital content manager Brian Otten explains to eight Mosinee High School juniors and teacher Robert Bach how social media can be used to expand readership to a larger audience.
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On April 17, Mosinee High School students particiapted in CIA Day (Careers in Action Day), an annual event that brings together freshmen through seniors with various education institutions and businesses throughout the local community, as well as Wausau and Stevens Point.

At the high school, freshmen students participated in a Junior Achievement program geared towards instruction in Success Skills, a curriculum which helps them understand and develop personal characteristics vital to interpersonal relations such as team work, problem solving, and communication.

Sophomore ...

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