HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) - Holyoke High School students got an early start at choosing a career path on Tuesday.
22News reporter Hector Molina was one of several presenters that took part in their "Reverse Job Shadow" event.
Hector, along with representatives from Holyoke police, fire, and the gas & electric company, spoke with students about their careers.
STEM Academy coordinator Jacob Belanger told 22News that, "It really just brings diverse members of our community into the classroom to allow the students to experience, you know, all the different careers that are available out there."
This is the second year Holyoke High has hosted the reverse job shadow event.
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