By Ethan Colbert
Months away from their high school graduation, Bowling Green High School seniors enrolled in the school’s English IV course are gaining real-world experience that organizers hope will better prepare them for life after Bowling Green High School.
Earlier this year, high school English teacher Emily Woodall had students draft resumes and cover letters as part of the department’s curriculum known as Business English.
“The students were able to cater their resumes and cover letters to their specific situation,” Woodall said on Monday.
For Alexis Smith, it was a resume and cover letter for an entry-level social worker position and why she feels called to be an advocate for children coming from abuse or neglect.
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