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Businesses show support for work ethic certification

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By Kelly Cantrall

 

Hardin County Schools has received support for its proposed Work Ethic Certification program, with local businesses agreeing to interview graduates to give them experience with a job interview.

The certification’s intent is to instill so-called “soft skills” such as accountability and preparedness in students and then show businesses that they’ve been evaluated in those areas.

Wright said many business representatives have been passionate about the program.


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