Congratulations to Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School in Franklin for their consistent usage of MEFA Pathway during the 2017-18 school year. Tri-County has an amazing group of counselors. The team is led by Guidance Director Scott O’Brien and is supported by Karen Kennedy, Laurie Gildea, Kristian Johannesen, and David Casey. Karen has overseen the Pathway registration and account creation for all freshman. She has ensured the What Are My Interests and Learning Styles inventories are completed, and presently she is working through populating student Digital Portfolios. Kristian and David have diligently been working with juniors updating their profile information for resumes, completing the What Are My Interests inventory to generate results for career exploration, and building college lists to prepare for applications. David and Kristian have also worked with the senior class to update their profile information and print out resumes to use for college, scholarship, and job applications. Depending upon post-secondary plans, seniors are exploring careers more in depth or using the MEFA Pathway Scholarship Search to find opportunities. Great job Tri-County team! You are an outstanding example of teamwork and utilizing MEFA Pathway to engage and assist students with post-secondary goals.