Professional Journey: Randy Kulow

This exploration included helping my dad work on go-carts and snowmobiles, where I learned to take things apart and attempted to put them back together myself. He taught me to be organized and dedicated, to visualize success and to hold myself accountable for the outcome of a project.  ...

Professional Journey: Paul Geise

It is everyone’s business and in everyone’s best interest to help prepare and position our next generation for success. Educational reformer John Dewey aptly expressed, “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” http://www.sheboyganpress.com/story/money/2015/06/27/employer-education-partnerships-essential/29356321/...

Professional Journey: Marilyn Morrissey

As a young student, I was told by family and teachers that I could do anything I wanted and that the world was mine to explore, with endless possibilities. How wonderful is that to hear? Visit Article:...

Student: Emily Jablonski

Lutheran High offers faith-based learning experience. School mission trip provides faith-based learning. Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment in a series of stories written by Sheboygan County students about their peers’ career plans. The series is meant to highlight the different ways area schools are preparing kids to achieve their career goals and supporting students as they explore career options Visit Article:...

Professional Journey: Peter Geise

Explore career interests before choosing a college. Too often students receive their diplomas and still don’t know what field to pursue. This is one in a series of articles written as a joint project between Sheboygan Press Media and INSPIRE Sheboygan County to highlight the different ways students are preparing to achieve their career goals. Visit Article:...

Student: Katherine Folan Article

Youth Apprenticeship Program offers hands-on learning. This is the third installment in a series of stories written by Sheboygan County students about their peers’ career plans. The series is a joint project between The Sheboygan Press and INSPIRE Sheboygan County to highlight the different ways area schools are preparing kids to achieve their career goals and support students as they explore career options. Visit Article:...

Professional Journey: Scott Kuehn

Inspire: New economy needs more technicians. When I was a youngster, 45 years ago, I enjoyed playing with the neighborhood kids. We played football, baseball, basketball and, of course, kick the can. The last thing I was concerned about at 10 years old was where and if I was going to college, and would I end up working at the Kohler Co. like my father? Not that there was anything wrong with that… Visit Article:...

Student: Tyler Haas Article

Internships, college courses prep Falls students for future. This is the second installment in a series of stories written by Sheboygan County students about their peers’ career plans. The series is a joint project between The Sheboygan Press and INSPIRE Sheboygan County to highlight the different ways area schools are preparing kids to achieve their career goals and support students as they explore career options. Visit Article:...

Professional Journey: Paul Griffin

Internships, college courses prep Falls students for future. This is the second installment in a series of stories written by Sheboygan County students about their peers’ career plans. The series is a joint project between The Sheboygan Press and INSPIRE Sheboygan County to highlight the different ways area schools are preparing kids to achieve their career goals and support students as they explore career options. Visit Article:...

Kevin Anderson – Launch Series

The Press and INSPIRE Sheboygan launch Career Journeys. When we launched our State of Opportunity workforce development project, we were responding to a call from local employers who wanted us to help get out the message: They had jobs. Not only did they have jobs, they also were… Visit Article at Sheboygan Press:...