FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — APR 3, 2013 —
A panel of local businesspeople showed up at River City High School on March 11 to help prepare some of the school’s seniors for the job market. Panelists staged mock job interviews with a number of the students, as the kids’ peers looked on.
The goal was to help the kids get ready for the job market, and provide them with both interview practice and tips for the interviewing for a real job.
“I felt extremely nervous because I’ve never done this before,” reported one student, Maurise Rodriguez.
Did she feel the practice interview would help her in the “real world”?
“Yes, (because) you get to see how it’ll work in the real world,” answered Rodriguez.
Panelists included Jeremy Springer of the Davis Energy Group, Mark Gini of Californiat State Teachers Retirement System, Monda Korich of The Eatery restaurant, Kyle Glanker of Kitchell Construction Management and Mike Costello of Brew It Up, along with West Sacramento mayor Christopher Cabaldon.
The second-annual round of mock interviews was organized by social studies teacher Ronica Carlisle.
Information for this article was provided by Ronica Carlisle and Katrina Bueno of River City High School.
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