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People of Fenton: senior Sarah Dzadzio

“I would rather work my dream job than win the lottery. My dream job would involve spending my days helping others in a way that is fun and exciting. If I were to just win the lottery, I feel like I would start to get lazy without a structure to my day because I wouldn’t work. Sometimes in the summer, I find myself looking forward to school just for the sake of a regular schedule. I would much rather be doing something that I love and enjoy everyday. Also, my real dream job would probably involve making a ton of money anyway.”
- senior Sarah Dzadzio

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

July 1, 2019

How to get a job this summer

Bree Soule, Writer

June 26, 2019

With school out for the summer,  students have a lot of free time during the day, which some use  to learn new skills or try new things while others go to work. Summer jobs are very common amongst students and companies throughout Fenton are looking for new employees. “We look for someone enthusiastic, friendl...

Guide to Adulting: Tips for a strong resume

Guide to Adulting: Tips for a strong resume

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

January 10, 2019

When applying for a new job, one of the first things an employer will ask for is a resume. A resume needs to stand out to potential employers and act as an outline of a person. See below for tips on how to create an impressive resume, and click here for a sample resume. 1: Emphasize important information The most important parts of a resume sh...

Guide to Adulting: Taxes

Guide to Adulting: Taxes

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

December 27, 2018

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes,” (Ben Franklin). Taxes are a harsh reality for all consumers and adults alike, but navigating them can be tricky. See below to learn more about them, or go to www.irs.com. ‘Guide to Adulting’ is a Fenton InPrint adv...

Minimum wage raises from $8.90/hour to $9.25/hour

Minimum wage raises from $8.90/hour to $9.25/hour

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

January 16, 2018

Another day, another dollar. As of January 1, the minimum wage is $9.25 an hour, compared to a previous minimum of $8.90. Michigan has seen many raises in minimum wage over the past few years, as a part of a law passed in 2014 (which began in 2016) that raises hourly wages each year. This is the third an...

Community members visit SRTs to discuss career options

Students in Shawn Lawrence's SRT listen to their featured career speaker.

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

October 27, 2017

With so many job opportunities available, and so many different paths to achieve those careers, many students can feel overwhelmed or uncertain about the choices presented to them after high school. In an attempt to combat these feelings and guide students, SRT teachers and FHS administration have organized...

Pro/Con: Taboo and Tattoos – Body Modification in the Workplace

Pro/Con: Taboo and Tattoos - Body Modification in the Workplace

Samantha Smith and Hudson Villeneuve

October 23, 2014

A few years ago, tattoos and other forms of body modification were looked down upon and the owners were blocked from employment opportunities. Today, body art is viewed as a form of self-expression and not a bane on humanity. However, while the image is more accepted by the general population, those...