ORRINGTON - Once a week, middle school students from the Center Drive School spend their afternoon learning about careers in public safety. A new program geared toward helping them explore future job opportunities.
Our Erin Thomas has more.
The school day may be over, but these 7th and 8th graders are spending their Monday afternoon learning.
The eight-week long program designed by the Orrington Fire Department let's these middle school students explore jobs in public safety.
Giving them hands-on experience from professionals.
Upcoming youth team meetings will focus around presentations from the State Fire Marshal's Office, the State Police K-9 units, and Maine State Game Wardens.