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Area professionals speak to Hurley school students

 

Tom Stankard / Daily Globe

J. MARK Smith, of Bretting Manufacturing, Ashland, Wis., talks to Hurley high school students during Career Day Thursday about what Bretting does and what it's like to be an industrial engineer.

By TOM STANKARD

tstankard@yourdailyglobe.com

HURLEY - Area professionals took time out of their day on Thursday to speak with Hurley students for Career Day.

In the afternoon, Dr. Maleah Cummings spoke about being a psychologist to curious students inside the auditorium.

Cummings said she wanted to be a medical doctor, but found out it wasn't the right career for her. Then she fell "in love" with psychology, and eventually became a licensed psychologist in 2008.

In school, she said she learned psychology theories and underwent externships where she dealt with children who were experie...



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