Job shadow experience brings classwork to life for high school business students

Group of students smile at camera, standing in front of Cap Com sign

Students from Antoinette Randall’s business classes at Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School participated in a Junior Achievement Job Shadow experience at the new headquarters of CAP COM Federal Credit Union on March 21. The unique opportunity allowed the students to visit a professional work environment and gain insight into possible career avenues.

The Junior Achievement Job Shadow is designed to help students understand the connections between school subjects and the working world.

students sit at tables listening to speaker