MEREDITH — On Monday, December 2, many schools and businesses gathered at Southern NH University to celebrate local business and school connections at the "Breakfast of Champions", sponsored by the NH Scholars Program.
Inter-Lakes High School's "Career Partnership Program", which is a collaborative effort between the Greater Meredith Program and the Inter-Lakes School District, nominated Golden View Health Care Center as a champion business. Scott Powers, Director of the NH Scholars Program, which is part of the State Scholars Initiative, a national program that uses business leaders to motivate students, called Inter-Lakes and told the school that Inter-Lakes's nomination had won.
Golden View Health Care has always been a long supporter of local business and youth connections with the school. Golden View has supported the Inter-Lakes students with one day job shadows, internships and guest speakers visiting the classrooms. This year the school has already had two students visit for job shadows and another is on board for a second semester nursing internship. Frank Vignand, Director of Residents and Community Services, has always been willing to take time for the Inter-Lakes students. Inter-Lakes High School and the Greater Meredith's Career Partnership Program.