High school juniors, seniors invited to Rotary ethics training
Submitted by Jena Hart, Duluth Superior Eco Rotary Club
Two local Rotary clubs are teaming up for an event that will teach high school students about ethics in real-world situations.
Sponsored by Rotary Club 25 and the Duluth Superior Eco Rotary Club, as well as the Spott Law Office, the ethics workshop will be from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 30 at the Kitchi Gammi Club. Area high school juniors and seniors are invited to attend the event.
The daylong training session is designed to present students with realistic scenarios that they might face in the corporate workplace. Students work together to craft ethical and fair solutions to the problems that they might one day encounter on the job.
“This will be a fun, interactive workshop with both large and small group activities,” said Kay Biga, who facilitates the class. “The benefit to the student is getting prepared for ethical issues that will confront them in college and in the workplace. This unique training will also set them apart from other students when completing their college applications.”
Plans are for 10 adult facilitators and 60 participating students at the program. There is no cost to the students to attend.
For more information or to sign up, contact Jena Hart at jhart@bank northshore.com.