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Participants Sought for Job & Career Expo
Area businesses invited to attend event at Harrison High School May 5

You are cordially invited to participate in our Wildcat Job & Career Expo on Friday, May 5, 2017 from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. at William Henry Harrison High School in the gymnasium.

The Expo is being held to assist our graduating seniors find opportunities for employment upon graduation.

The Wildcat Job & Career Expo allows you the opportunity to share information and discuss career opportunities within your organization. We encourage you to attend and promote all of the opportunities your company has available, including: co-op, internship, seasonal work, part-time and full time. During the Expo you will have the opportunity to informally meet with seniors to discuss your company’s employment needs.

Students may also want to ask you questions about career pathways. We trust you will welcome their inquiries and offer your wisdom and assistance in their career exploration process. We hope you will join us for the Expo.

Please complete this online form to register. Upon receipt of your registration, you will receive a confirmation letter, campus map and other details about the Expo. The registration deadline is April 28, 2017.

Space is limited and registrations will be accepted in the order in which they are received. 

If you have any questions concerning the Wildcat Career & Job Expo, please call 513-367-4169 or email JamieLyn Johnson at

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the Expo.


JamieLyn Johnson
JamieLyn Johnson Intervention Specialist

Community Events

Only 9 days away from the Red Cross Mega Blitz!                                 Free Reds tickets, t-shirt and more!

Dear Friends:

We are excited to announce that the Greater Cincinnati Dayton American Red Cross is saving lives one smoke alarm at a time and we invite you to be a part of this life saving mission. In 2015 the U.S fire department responded to a fire every 23 seconds, here at the American Red Cross 90% of the disaster response work we do is from fires. Sixty-five percent of reported home fire deaths occur in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.

To help meet the families in need the Cincinnati Red Cross will be installing 1,200 smoke alarms in the following neighborhoods Madisonville, Oakley, St. Bernard, Bond Hill, Paddock Hills, Norwood, Dayton KY, Bellevue KY, and Covington KY for our Mega Blitz 2017 so we can save lives. We could really use your help to make this event a big success! 

On Saturday April 29, we will need approximately 600 volunteers to go door to door installing, informing, and recording the houses we install alarms in. We will convene at Jack Casino for a morning and an afternoon shift.  More information is attached on the flyers.

If your group is interested in helping the Red Cross with the Mega Blitz please let me know.  Also volunteers can register at Smoke Alarms Save Lives Website and if you would like more information you can contact me at 513-579-3031. Food and festivities also included.  Each volunteer will receive a "thank you" bag and the first 600 volunteers will receive two free tickets to a Reds game, ticket to ride the Cincinnati Bell Connector street car, t-shirt and more.

Every day 7 people die in home fires…that’s 7 too many! Come out and support your community and help save lives.

Here’s a really good video about last year

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