Plymouth High School is excited that the class of 2020 is invited to the upcoming annual event called Made in Marshall County. The event is hosted by the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation at the Swan Lake Conference Center. Several seniors walk out with opportunities to interview and job potentials here in Marshall County. This is a perfect opportunity particularly for seniors who may not have clear plans for after high school. This year the event will take place on Wednesday, March 11 from 8:30-10 a.m. Seniors selected to attend will learn about training, education, and potential employment opportunities here in our community as they consider their options for their future. Space is limited and the first step for seniors to reserve their spot on the PHS field trip list is to check their email that came in on Feb. 13 from Aimee Portteus, the PHS director of guidance. PHS must receive your response by February 19, 2020. This is the fourth year in a row, the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation is offering an opportunity for local students to connect with employers from all across the community. Last year, close to 300 students from seven local school districts attended the event. Businesses represent included a wide variety of industries including food processing, paper packaging, automotive equipment, medical manufacturing, and much more.
Please complete THIS SURVEY to indicate you are interested in attending this field trip. Seats are limited, so please respond by February 19, 2020. More details will be provided after that for those who are attending the trip.