Here a photo recap showing several of the Northside High Schoolers who participated Tuesday in the705's job shadowing project.
|Attorney Blake David and Jamila Dugas|
|Chaz Mitchell and Cpl. Paul Mouton|
"We were convinced that if we could place even five students with professionals for the day this project could be deemed a success... and we were fortunate enough to place over 40 students," writes Adam Chapman of the705 in a follow-up press release. "Maybe most encouraging is that we weren't turned down by even one professional! Every professional we spoke with was eager to help out these students."
|Shardnay Robert and Jan Swift|
Below is a list of the participants in this year's project:
Wexler Animal Hospital
UL Lafayette Child Development Center
Truman Montessori School
Duson Family Health Care
Nursing Specialty Home Health
University Medical Center
Surgery Center Inc.
Tri-City Physical Therapy
Lafayette General Medical Center
Lafayette Police Department
Louisiana National Guard
Broussard & David LLC
Alan Haney, Assistant District Attorney 15th Judicial District
Town and Country Veterinary Clinic
Zoo of Acadiana
Acadiana Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine
HIT with HJ
Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro
Upper Lafayette Economic Development
Alice Bouche Elementary
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