Field trips introduce students to job market

STUDENTS FROM POCAHONTAS County High School recently visited The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs. This was just one of the many businesses these young people have visited as they get an idea of what is available in today’s job market. PCHS teacher Courtney Curran and school counselor Ginny Ramos work with the students, introducing them to various job opportunities and settings.

STUDENTS FROM POCAHONTAS County High School recently visited The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs. This was just one of the many businesses these young people have visited as they get an idea of what is available in today’s job market. PCHS teacher Courtney Curran and school counselor Ginny Ramos work with the students, introducing them More...

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AMANDA HICKS’ DREAM of becoming a professional photographer has been realized. She recently opened her own business, Gypsy Soul Photography and Gift Shop, on Rt. 219, just north of Marlinton. B. Nottingham photo Brandon More...