DODGE CITY — WKMA, sponsor of the annual 3i Show, is excited to announce that Kansas 4-H is joining the growing list of sessions for this year's upcoming High School Ag Career Day at the 3i Show.
Amy Sollock, K-State Research and Extension Area 4-H Specialist, and Amy Collins, K-State Research and Extension Stafford County FCS Agent, will host a session on workplace skills titled "Don't Fall in the Gap! The Top 5 Skills Needed to be Successful in the Workplace."
This session will discuss how employers across the nation struggle with hiring young people who possess the necessary skills to be successful in the workplace and how to avoid being one of the thousands who are let go labeled "unemployable." Trends in the job market will be explored, and what students can do now to ensure success as an adult in the work world will be outlined.
HSACD is held on opening day, Thursday, Oct. 13. High School Ag Career Day offers students an opportunity to learn about careers in agriculture. Sessions will be held on the hour, every hour beginning at 9 a.m., with the final session beginning at 1 p.m. High school Ag teachers, their students and parents, high school counselors, FFA representatives, 4-H representatives, and extension agents are invited.
High schools planning to attend are requested to complete and submit the RSVP form available online on the events tab at www.3ishow.com.
For complete HSACD session information, as well as other events at the 62nd Annual 3i Show on Oct. 13, 14 and 15, 2016, visit www.3ishow.com, or contact the WKMA office directly toll-free at (877) 405-2883 or locally at (620) 227-8082.