Salt Lake City, Utah (February 7, 2019) 4Life participated in Clayton Middle School’s annual Career Day
. Vice President of Corporate Communications Calvin Jolley addressed approximately 130 students during a series of four, 20-minute presentations.
Career Day coincides with high school registration and helps eighth graders decide what classes they will take during their first year of high school.
Clayton Principal Jared Wright: “Eighth grade students will be meeting with high school counselors to make course selections. The course selection process is very important as it helps the school to build a master schedule that maximizes student access to important courses.”
Among the 19 professionals who participated was a court of appeals judge, an intellectual property attorney, a television news anchor, a professor of chemistry at the University of Utah, and an architect for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Jolley: “4Life appreciates collaborating with academic institutions at every level of education. From our research with top-tier universities, to participating in the wonder and excitement of lifetime learning and professional pursuits, it’s an honor to represent our executive team and participate in events that impact our community.”
4Life has offices in 25 markets to serve a global network of independent distributors and their customers.
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