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Kenwood High School’s Business Roundtable
Kenwood High School announced:
Kenwood High School’s Business Roundtable will meet on Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the school’s Multipurpose Room. The purpose of the Business Roundtable is to help students prepare for post-high-school work opportunities. Local businesses can provide important support for Kenwood’s School to Career program by sharing their expectations for potential employees, providing guest speakers in classrooms, conducting mock interviews, and providing internship or work-based learning experiences. If your business would like to participate in this event, or if you are unable to attend but willing to assist in some way, please contact School to Career Chairperson Althea Page or Internship Coordinator Erin Ray at (410) 887-0153.
More About Kenwood High School
Kenwood High School has served northeast Baltimore County since 1932. The school has been situated at its current location since 1955, with an addition built on in 2007.
Kenwood has more than 1,700 students, with a capacity of 1,918. The school also offers two magnet programs--the International Baccalaureate program and Sports Science Academy--in addition to an increasing number of Gifted & Talented and Advanced Placement courses. In addition, students can explore numerous careers through 10 Pathway programs with internships.