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Windows on the workplace

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/09/2009 - 13:02
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By Evan Anderson

Spanish Fork High School has a unique opportunity to see people who have jobs that come and talk about it. This week they had somebody from Utah County Sheriff’s Search Rescue Explorer Post come and talk about what they do for their job and what happens. Cooper Urmston had this to say about it,

“Chris Reid talked about how fun of a job it was, and he also told a story about a guy who didn’t like search and rescue but then he got in a bad situation and search and rescue saved him, and so now he has a lot of respect for them. It was really fun to go and learn about the things people do in everyday life.”

Reid also talked about how you can volunteer to be a search and rescue if you would like to help. The sheriff’s department has training for medical skills to help out people. They also meet the second and fourth Thursdays each month at the sheriff’s office