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Chloe Froning, a 2017 graduate of Roosevelt and Engineering Academy completer, describes her time in the Compact program as one that allowed her to explore the boundless career opportunities and fields within engineering, without pigeonholing herself into a specific career.
Tessa Baker, a 2018 graduate of Cuyahoga Falls and completer of the Collision Repair program, is one of few women in the field. She was the only female in her class and has faced challenges from male coworkers, but “I’m still going for it,” she explains.
Derric Noite, a 2006 Tallmadge graduate, says he uses skills he learned in his Business Pathway classes in his career as a Lighting Technician and now as a Stage Manager on Broadway and in television productions.