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NCES Career on Wheels

By: Isaac Lueger and Preston Koch

September 28, 2018

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         On a humid morning in the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School parking lot, students in kindergarten through fifth grade attended the annual “Careers on Wheels.” Students listened to speakers talk about their occupations on Wednesday, September 19.  The speakers that came to talk to the students were Stephanie Uselton and Jason Deters from Seneca Emergency Medical Services, Russell Lierz from Nemaha County Road and Bridge Department, Don Sudbeck from Ag Partners Coop, Aaron Young from Young Backhoe and Trenching, Todd Sandman from Bruna Implement, and Jordan Weaver and Todd Helm from the Seneca Police Department.

    The speakers brought their vehicles consisting of an ambulance, a road grader, a sprayer, a cable plow, a tractor and disc, and finally a police car.  The speakers explained to the students what they do on the job and how the machines they use function. Students also had the chance to get in some of the machines such as the road grader and ambulance.  The students learned about the everyday tasks that these workers do. Some students might even want to pursue these jobs in the future.

    Gabe Davis said, “It was awesome because I got to go in a vehicle.”

    “I liked it because I got to see all of the farm equipment,” said Koree Stuke.

    NCEMS has held “Careers on Wheels” for the last three years. Mrs.  Laurie Niehues has helped schedule the event by lining up the guest speakers and organizing the classes into rotations to visit each presenter.  The students at NCEMS would like to thank the speakers for taking time out of their day to come to talk about their occupations. The students enjoyed the morning learning about the different careers.

    

    

       

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