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Janes, Maldeney, and Fiig: IMPACT Vocational Students

Janes, Maldeney, and Fiig: IMPACT Vocational Students

Dekalb Eastern Schools Public Relations & Marketing

INformed, INvolved, and IN THE SPOTLIGHT

WHO: Eliza Janes, Senior, 17; Caitlain Maldeney, Senior, 18; Madison Fiig, Senior, 17vocational welding flyer

WHAT: Non-traditional Eastside High School female students in predominantly male vocational programs: Welding (EJ); Auto-Body (CM), Marine Mechanics (MF)

WHERE: The Impact Institute located in Kendallville.

WHEN: For the past 2 years, as Junior and Seniors.

BIGGEST CHALLENGE: Learning everything 824706 welding in general (EJ); Getting the perfect paint job (CM); Shrink-wrapping and using the torch (MF)

Vocational CarGREATEST EXPERIENCE: Learning to do things she never thought she could do (EJ); Never knew she had the skill to paint (CM); Fixing an engine by herself (MF)

NOW WHAT: Eliza is considering becoming a marine welder, if not welding is still a good skill to have (EJ); Caitlain took auto-body vocational because it builds a good resume for the future (CM); Madison would like to do marine mechanics as a side income as she believes it’s a good skill to have (MF)