Lunch and Learn at MCHS

Friday, October 20, 2017
Chief Deputy Officer Bob Johnson, Debbie Zimmerle Boudreaux, and Chief Andrew Kon share their work experience with students recently at MCHS.
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On September 27 and 28, Marshall County High School had the pleasure of hosting an Army Lunch and Learn as well as a Criminal Justice Lunch and Learn. Students with an interest in these fields got lunch to-go from the cafeteria and then went to the library for career presentations. On September 27, Sgt. James Patterson and Sgt. Jenkins presented information on careers in the United States Army and Army Reserves. On September 28, Chief Deputy Officer Bob Johnson, with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, presented information on the educational requirements to become a police officer and what police officers’ duties are. Chief Andrew Kon, of the Chapel Hill Police Department, continued with information on being a police officer as well as a TBI agent and his experiences as an agent. Lawyer Debbie Zimmerle Boudreaux, of the David McKenzie law firm, discussed careers in the law field and the education and skills needed to become a lawyer.

MCHS is grateful to the community members who sacrificed so much of their time to give our students outstanding career presentations.