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The Work Experience Office is located in Mr.
Nishimura's office, and Mr. Bob White acts as the Coor-
dinator. The purpose ofthe Work Experience program is to
help students gain iobs outside school in their specific in-
terest areas related to their shop maior. lt is also the
"clearing house" for other jobs that are called in.
Mrs. Bettye Hopp assists Mr. Whitey she helps students
directly by discussing with them what type of iobs they are
Each year 0 questionnaire is sent out for all students to
fill out. This form includes the fields of many jobs which
may possibly be the students' future coreer.
LEFT: Mr. Bob White and Mr. Kenneth Hershberger discuss a stu-
dent's iob situation. BELOW: Mrs. Bettye Hopp works on applica-
tion forms in the Work Experience office.
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Cooke Try To Please
What do the cooks do in the kitchen all day long? Plenty!
They begin their work day by coming to work between the
hours of 6 and 9 a.m. Approximately thirteen people work to
prepare everything from toasty cheese sandwiches to hot
Mrs. Gladys Harris said, "We cook for 1900 students and
faculty". Many of the students eat at restaurants around the
school just as faculty members like to do.
Each worker has a lot of pots,and pans to scrub but is
relieved of ashing student dishes since throw-away paper
products are used.
afternoon hours are devoted to washing dishes in the new
dishwasher received in 1974. Most kitchen workers work for
four or five hours while Mrs. Harris puts in a fullleight hour day.
Cafeteria workers this year are Pauline Orlow, lrene Nequis
Debbie McGaughey, Evelyn Eberly, Jeanne Haslem, Leah Scott
Allie Paradis, Kathryn Morris, ann Fribolli, Betty Mormo, and
What do the custodians do all year long?
Cleaned up mess after mess that Benson students
left behind, of course.
They used an enormous amount of equipment such
as mops, buckets, dust mops, brooms and dust pans
to clean the nation's finest technical school.
In addition to their other duties, they inspected the
roof from time to time to fetch everything from baseballs
to plastic frisbees. If this inspection was not done, these
items clogged the gutters and as a result the roof was
"The school was divided into sections and it took
about eight hours to clean," commented Mr. Charles
Probert, head custodian.
Fourteen night workers come to work at 2:30 p.m.,
two day workers who start at 5 a.m. and at 7 a.m. In
all there are 21 custodians: Charles Probert, head
custodian, Dennis Bridges, assistant, Clarence Simons,
Otis McCullough, Carl Alford, Lonnie Lillard, Thomas
Edwards, Kevin Davis, Andrew Cleveland, Jack Clair-
borne, William Cornett, Ronald Dixon, Gary
Weybright, Matthew Wise, Mary Johansen, Neal Cum-
mings, Keith Becker, and William Thomas.
After school helpers include four hour student
helper, Daniel Adair, and two hour N.Y.C. students,
Terry Venus and John Chu.
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TOP: Mrs. Leah Scott prepares chef salads and leaf salads for
both students and faculty. RIGHT CENTER: Custodians relax in the
custodians room prior to beginning the evening shift. BOTTOM:
Carrying a heavy garbage can is only one of the nightly chores
of Ronald Dixon, custodian. LEFT CENTER: Getting food to the
front counter from the stave is one of the iobs of Mrs. lrene
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