U.S. Senator Chris Coons on Tuesday joined 10 high school seniors as they signed “letters of intent” to join the workforce upon graduation.
The New Castle County Vo-Tech School District recognized 10 students from Delcastle, Howard, Hodgson and St. Georges.
A slew of local employers have committed to hiring from the graduating class. These include Carpe Vita Nursing Care, Delaware Business Systems, Dr. Gladnick, DDS, Hair Cuttery, High Tech Machine, M Davis Inc., Mid-Atlantic Behavioral Health, Nickel Electric, Pierce Total Comfort, Sobieski, Inc. and Space Con, Wayman Fire Protection, Inc.
The students specialized in a range of technical trades, from carpentry to cosmetology. The ceremony took place at The Sharp Center in Wilmington.
A twist on National Signing Day—these @NCCVoTech students are signing letters of intent for their employers as they embark on new careers. The story today on @WDEL. #eduDE #netDE #delhs pic.twitter.com/6OVA5khGRK
— Amy Cherry (@acherry13) May 1, 2018