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BHS E3 Internship and Apprenticeship Program holds signing day

Participants in the E3 Internship and Apprenticeship Program celebrated signing day this morning at Batesville High School (BHS).

E3 stands for Experience, Exposure and Excellence, and it is a program in partnership with the National Apprenticeship Training Foundation (NATF).

Eight BHS students have signed up for the work-based apprenticeships and internships with local employers.

Local partners include LaCroix Precision Optics, Flowers Bakery, Citizens Bank, Wade’s Heating Cooling & Electric, Intimidator/Bad Dawg Accessories, Main Street Batesville, and Atlas Asphalt.

Participating students (and their respective employers) are top row, from left: Riley Florczak (Flowers Bakery), Cody Tosh (Citizens Bank), Kadar Floyd (Atlas Asphalt), Jason Cooper (Wade’s), Clayton Roberson (LaCroix Precision Optics), Colby Hoggard (Intimidator/Bad Dawg Accessories), Aubry Shell (Main St. Batesville), and bottom row, from left: Jacalyn King (Citizens Bank), BHS Career Coach and Internship Coordinator Laura Howard, and Amber Stanfield (Main St. Batesville).

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