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G-K students get help with interviewing

Tammy Engel, owner of Remax in Genoa, recently volunteered to help interview Genoa-Kingston Middle School students in Carol Hencken's seventh-grade leadership and community service class. Students spent two weeks learning about good interview techniques and appropriate responses to a teen's first interview questions. Adults from the community who have experience interviewing, hiring, and firing help interview the students to prepare them for their first job experience down the road. Pictured (from left) is Faith Thompson, Hailey Putney, Johannah Langton and Tammy Engel.
Tammy Engel, owner of Remax in Genoa, recently volunteered to help interview Genoa-Kingston Middle School students in Carol Hencken's seventh-grade leadership and community service class. Students spent two weeks learning about good interview techniques and appropriate responses to a teen's first interview questions. Adults from the community who have experience interviewing, hiring, and firing help interview the students to prepare them for their first job experience down the road. Pictured (from left) is Faith Thompson, Hailey Putney, Johannah Langton and Tammy Engel.

Tammy Engel, owner of Remax in Genoa, recently volunteered to help interview Genoa-Kingston Middle School students in Carol Hencken's seventh-grade leadership and community service class. Students spent two weeks learning about good interview techniques and appropriate responses to a teen's first interview questions. Adults from the community who have experience interviewing, hiring, and firing help interview the students to prepare them for their first job experience down the road. Pictured (from left) is Faith Thompson, Hailey Putney, Johannah Langton and Tammy Engel.

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