The Fearless Female Program took place during I AM CTE week at the Southeastern Career Center.
(Versailles, Ind.) - Over 320 young women gathered at the Southeastern Career Center (SCC) during I AM CTE week to attend the Fearless Female Program last Thursday, February 20.
The 2nd annual Fearless Female event at SCC aimed to expose young women in the area to non-traditional and STEM related pathways.
During this program, teachers from participating programs spent time explaining the programs and career opportunities while offering fun activities from their field of study.
- Automotive, Jerry Pflum and Luke Badinghaus
- Building Trades, Todd Ault and Rob Truesdel
- Diesel, Larry Smith and Brian King
- Electrical, Eric Webster and Jackie Tackett
- Heavy Equipment, Ron Messer
- Welding, Jason Edwards and Casey Jones
Not only did each participant walk away with a free T-shirt, goodie bag, and door prizes, but possibly a new perspective on career ideas for them.
The program was supported by Vincennes University, In-Mac, Walmart-Madison, Lischkge Motors, INDVA, IMA, E-CI, The Friendship State Bank, VSG Dover, Zoller, ClearPoint Federal Bank and Trust, Stedman Machine, Laudick Trucking, Ivy Tech-Lawrenceburg, Stacy’s Pita Chips, Ivy Tech Madison, Albanese Candy, DOW, Pat’s Bulk Food, SCC Cosmetology, The Maschhoffs, Mary Kay Consultant, Eos, Wood-Mizer, Versailles IGA, Texas Roadhouse Clarksville, Texas Roadhouse Columbus, Rolling Pin, and McDonalds-Versailles.
Southeastern Career Center would like to thank all of our participating school corporations and sponsors.
For more information on the Fearless Female event, contact Principal Tracy Bear, email@example.com.
If you would like to learn more on course offerings and enrollment at SCC, you can reach out to Student Servcies Jim Cole, firstname.lastname@example.org.