High school students are building a college cashier station as part of their carpentry class.

High School Students Are Building a College Cashier StationStudents at the Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center have the opportunity to put their new skills into practice at the request of the president of Clark State Community College.

“We are renovating what used to be the Eagle’s Nest cafe into a cashier station,” said Randy Conover, director of  facilities, operations and maintenance at Clark State. “Currently, the cashier station is in Rhodes Hall. Formerly, the registrar station and the financial aid was in Rhodes Hall and we’re moving everything into TLC (Sara T. Landess Technology & Learning Center) so students can come into one building and be located in one central area.”

Four bank teller stations will be in the facility upon completion of the project.

According to CTC student Westley Wagner, “It’s a good skill to learn for the rest of your life because later down the road if you have a house, you can … help do things on your property so you don’t have to spend money on companies to come do it.”

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