Radius40 partnered with Penn State Worthington Scranton’s (PSWS) Business Department to provide a student to student mentoring experience for approximately 30 high school students from Lackawanna Trail, Lakeland, Mid Valley, and Wallenpaupack Area High Schools Oct. 4 on the PSWS campus in Dunmore.
The S2S (student to student) Speed Mentoring Program, developed by Radius40, gives high school students the opportunity to gain information about college, majors, and career choices from college students who are close in age and were just recently in their shoes.
Radius40 is a group of NEPA area leaders intent on driving economic development, tourism, and inspiring and supporting students and entrepreneurs in the region.
The following Mid Valley Senior FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) members were in attendance.
Seated left to right (front row):
Marcos Paulo Cerra, Matthew Caines, Josh Tanner, Frank Fornaszewski, Matthew Horvath & Chad Marushock.
Kneeling left to right (back row):
Kylie Verespy, Ashely Griguts, Jessica Wood, Kristen Roshak and Nicole Hughes.