Miller’s Services has partnered with Gloucester High School to host a paid job-shadowing experience designed for young men and women to discover and gain exposure to different trades as well as apprenticeship opportunities.
This program was developed in collaboration with Gloucester County to provide grants for the paid work experience. Eligible students applied for a boot camp, and ultimately eight teens were hosted for a week by Miller’s Services and another local company, Rave Design Build.
At Miller’s Services, each teen explored a “day in the life” of a tradesman and worked alongside mentors in septic, plumbing, electrical, and heating and cooling service areas. Miller’s Services has since hired one of the students and has received more inquiries about employment from others.
“Miller’s plans to continue to partner with local schools and communities to grow this endeavor in the coming years and is so honored that Kristen Long and GHS chose us as well as Rave Design to spo...
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