Danville High School Offers Career Services

Tucked away in a corner of the second floor at Danville High School is an office where students can be paired with a job or an internship at a local business.

“I help connect them with the business world,” Kim Kuchenbrod, a Danville District 118 career adviser and a workforce development consultant with Vermilion Advantage, said. Kuchenbrod uses career assessment tools to match students’ skill sets and personalities with possible professions, as well as career mentoring and internships to prepare students for college or a career. Read more in an article by the Danville Commercial News.

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