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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com August 21, 2018 • Page 5 Labor Dept. and CUC Offer SD 4-H Recognizes Volunteers During 2018 State Fair Student Work Opportunities reach their potential while employers gain full-time, permanent employees.” The employment specialist will help businesses create work experiences, work with students on soft skills, monitor students and promote job openings. A partner’s time investment can range from one hour providing an informational interview to several months providing an internship up to 2,000 hours offering a Registered Apprenticeship. Businesses interested in this partnership may submit their interest at CareerLaunchSD.com or 605-773-3372. Applicants interested in the employment specialist position may apply at http://bhr. sd.gov/ searching Job ID # 10510. BROOKINGS, S.D. - South Dakotans who invested in our state's youth will be inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame September 2 during the 2018 South Dakota State Fair held in Huron, August 30-Sept. 3. The 2018 4-H Hall of Fame inductees include: Julie Symens, Marshall County; Mike and Rose Kraft, Marshall County; Betty Knutsen, Brookings County; Rosalie Schumacher, Walworth County; Janet Maeschen, Sanborn County; Roxie Tetrault, Butte/Lawrence counties; Lyndell Petersen, Pennington County and Joyce Bowman, Fall River/Pennington counties. The ceremony will be held in the Nordby Exhibit Hall on the State Fair Grounds in Huron (1060 3rd St. SW, Huron) at 5 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend the ceremony. "The South Dakota State Fair is the perfect event to honor and recognize 4-H volunteers who have put in years of service to the 4-H members and families in South Dakota," said Karla Trautman, SDSU Extension interim director. The 4-H Hall of Fame commemorates The Fast Track To Bright Futures By Gov. Dennis Daugaard: High schools win because they With the first day of classes on can expand their course offerings at the horizon, I encourage our high no cost to the school district. school students to take advantage of Universities and technical instidual credit courses this school year. tutes win too. Although we do ask The 2018-19 school year marks the them to discount their tuition rate, fifth year that high school students this program attracts more South have had access to low-cost dual Dakota students to our institutions, credit courses through our state’s retains more freshmen after the first public universities and technical inyear and helps graduate students on stitutes. These courses give students time. great opportunities to learn about a The popularity of this program wide variety of careers. 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"The 4-H Shooting Sports Hall of Fame was created to recognize those individuals who helped lay the groundwork for the program in South Dakota. The first class was some of the founding members of the original committee," said John Keimig, SDSU Extension youth safety field specialist and South Dakota 4-h shooting coordinator. Since the original committee members were recognized, subsequent honorees have been individuals who have helped to grow and continue the 4-H shooting sports program. The 2018 class will be the third class recognized. Members of this class have been instrumental in the BB gun and PREMIUM covER cRoP Archery disciplines in South Dakota Shooting Sports. We are also recognizing the past 4-H GrAzinG BlenD shooting sports program coordinator, Kathryn Reeves. Her ? Excellent summer & fall pasture leadership helped the program ? Excellent soil builder make tremendous strides and ? Economical with minimal inputs achieve continued growth. ? Diverse mix of turnips, radish, millets, sudangrass, rape, annual ryegrass, clover, lentils M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y $ 4-H Recognizes Shooting Sports Volunteers During 2018 State Fair M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y 13 years experience NEW the 4-H Centennial, which occurred in 2002. Each summer individuals who have made significant contributions to county or state 4-H Programming are honored through the 4-H Hall of Fame. "The 4-H Volunteer Hall of Fame is intended to honor the many volunteers who contribute to the 4-H Program," Amber Erickson, SDSU Extension 4-H youth development field operations coordinator. "The individuals honored have given unselfish service through their talent, time and leadership to the 4-H program. They have been an advocate on behalf of 4-H. These volunteers are an outstanding example of the impact a caring adult can have in the lives of children." The 2018 4-H Hall of Fame inductees have volunteered anywhere from 25 to 57 years. To learn more about South Dakota 4-H, contact your local SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor. A complete listing can be found at iGrow. rakes and local businesses.” Career Launch SD needs business partnerships to give students exposure to more work training opportunities to make informed decisions about future careers. Through the Career Launch SD program, students can participate in: • Registered Apprenticeships • Internships and work experiences • Job shadowing and informational interviews • Classroom presentations • Career and post-high fairs “Businesses will be able to expose youth to their industries in fields students may not know exist,” said Chris Maxwell, executive director of CUC. “It will raise career awareness to help youth succeed and spoons PIERRE, S.D. – The Department of Labor and Regulation (DLR) will be hiring an employment specialist to help Capitol University Center (CUC) increase student awareness about career opportunities in central South Dakota. Efforts of DLR’s Career Launch SD program include partnering with school districts and local businesses to provide career and education tools to youth ages 16 – 24. “Career Launch SD is a synergistic approach to help meet South Dakota’s demand for a skilled workforce,” said Pierre Job Service manager Mark Anderson. “Our employment specialist will have offices at both Job Service and CUC and work closely with the T.F. Riggs and Stanley County school districts
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