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5 David Gough/Courier Pressfirstname.lastname@example.org The Wallaceburg District Secondary School Personal Support Worker program is being called a success for getting students a PSW diploma and into wellpaying jobs after they graduate from high school
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David Gough Courier Press A program at Wallaceburg District Secondary School is giving students a head start on a career. Lisa Zandbergen, who heads up the Personal
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www.walkerjewellers.ca 77 Margaret Ave., Wallaceburg Just over the Murray St. Bridge Support Worker (PSW) program at Wallaceburg District Secondary School, said students can graduate from high school with a PSW diploma and then find employment in what is not only a lucrative field, but also a job where new graduates are in demand. Most PSW workers receive their diploma after two years at college, so by having the equivalent PSW diploma when they graduate high school saves students a lot of time and money.
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OPEN: 9:30 - 5:30 Tues. - Fri Sat.: 9:30 - 4:00 Zandbergen said students can go from high school and can start working making a decent wage and estimates she can get at least 80 per cent employed by the end of the school year. The program gives
students seven high school credits. It?s an accredited program and equivalent to college PSW programs, but students only pay for a text and workbook which is about $150. CONTINUED > PAGE 2
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