Hands-on skills will benefit them in the job market
OLD WASHINGTON — A newly renovated business lab with a Versant 280 Press by Xerox is providing Buckeye Trail High School students with new opportunities to learn and succeed.
Students are learning hands-on skills that will benefit them in the job market by using Microsoft Office, Adobe and GenYES to design and create a variety of products.
Items created by students include sports programs, customized products such as signs and banners for the district, advertising and invoices for jobs, just to name a few.
“This year, we took a step forward with the lab and year-long classes,” said Jerrod Norman, a second-year business and computer teacher at the school. “This has given students opportunities they didn’t have last year.
“When these students go to apply for jobs, business personnel will see they have the training and knowledge, as well as the