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i + =~: eft a vacant house, at 130 West Burke, Arlington, gutted March )laze is still unknown. The Arlington Fire Department r~eceived IS p.m. and extinguished the fire within 20 minutes. Local students testing seminar program The Adington TIMES - Wed., April 8, 1981 - 3 Men in uniform Throughout this year, Arlington High School has been the test site for the Career Awareness Program run by the Exploring Division of the Boy Scouts of America. The program, the only one north of Mountlake Terrace, gives students an overview of a variety of careers through seminars held in the school. Steven Woodworth, scout executive of the Tyee District which includes North Snohomish County, needed a test site for the program and found Arlington's school career counselor Linda Weston the most interested. The program is adapted from one found in King County. The success of the program in Arlington has Woodworth thinking about next year, when he plans to attempt to expand into other high schools in the Tyee District. Mountlake Terrace is the only other high school involved in Snohomish County. The local high school students were introduced to the program last fall, when asked to rate a nu'mber of career fields. Woodworth went searching for speakers who could best describe those career fields students rated highest. So far this year Woodworth has organized five seminars on careers students chose: airline industry, cosme- tology, engineering, construction trades and related business fields. In the next two weeks, a fashion design and modeling seminar is scheduled, Woodworth said. The students discover by attending the seminars if the field they've always wanted to try is what they've expected, Woodworth said. Some have affirmed their interest while others decided the field wasn't for them, he added. After involving more schools in the pro- gram, Woodworth's long range plan is to organize field trips so area students can witness the various fields in action. Lecture, demonstrations and evalua- tions of the speakers are a part of each seminar. Woodworth said the evaluations show the program is a success in the minds of the students, Weston and seminar lecturers. The Career Awareness Program is designed to go hand in hand with the Exploring Specialty Program, Woodworth said. The specialty program consists of exploring units sponsored by local busi- nesses and organizations. The groups meet to explore one major field such as photography, law enforcement and cos- metology. Seminars in high schools provide brief exposure while the specialty program allows students to explore a field in more depth. Speakers bureau available A glimpse of daily life in a world without telephones is one of four topics offered by General Telephone's newly formed Speak- ers' Bureau. The speeches will be presented free to public and private organizations within General Telephone's serving area. The speakers represent a diversity of job functions within the company. In addition to "The Day the Telephones Died," other speeches include "They Wired the World Together," a historical look at the telephone industry: "Hear the Light," a non-technical slide presentation on light wave communications; and "Communications for Everyone." a dem- onstration of the communications equip- merit available to speech and hearing disabled customers. Each speech is approximately 20 minutes in length. General Telephone formed the Speak- ers' Bureau as a community service in order to increase understanding of the rapidly changing technology of the telephone industry. Organizations interested in scheduling a presentation, may make arrangements bv phoning the Speakers' Bureau co- ordinator at 828-7152 (collect). The company requests approximately three weeks' notice for booking a speaker. Notice Tile Arlington Public Library announced it will be closed until Monday. April 13. The closure is due to the library's move to its new location, Airman James P. Nigro. son of Eugene F. Nigro of 2209 Lakewood Road, Arlington, and Carol L. Kline of 2213 Lakewood Road. also of Arlington, has been assigned to Chanute Air Force Base, 111.. after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks at Lacicland AFB, Texas. the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Comnmnity College of the Air Force. The airman will receive specialized instruction in the aircraft maintenance field. WEDDING PACKAGES 435-9338 Clark Photo 5th g Olympic Arlington available show sity Scouts and Boy Area Council ;day, April 9. to the county. 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