Career day at Sigler's

Members from Bluffton Boys & Girls Club learn about jobs in the culinary field.

July 23, 2009 

Members from Bluffton Boys & Girls Club learned about jobs in the culinary field thanks to a program called "Show Me the Money." The program was developed to give high school students exposure to careers and prepare them for adulthood.

Members learned about careers, how to manage money and had the opportunity to talk to professionals about the job skills needed. On Friday, members took a trip to Sigler's Rotisserie & Seafood in greater Bluffton.

The owner opened the doors for the members allowing them to experience careers and the operational details of a restaurant.

Students took on numerous numerous roles.

Club members planned a meal and followed it from the Members were in the kitchen preparing food while others were serving the food to members, who portrayed customers and got to taste the meal they planned and prepared.

In the end, everyone got to eat.

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