On February 2nd, High School students across the nation will get the chance to work in their career, at least for the day.
KHTS, along with many other businesses will be participating in the annual Ground Hog Job Shadow day through the School and Business Alliance.
This will put three to four students at KHTS where they will run through the ropes of an average day working in radio, and they will be able to work right along side program directors, DJs, a news reporter and a station manager.
The School and Business Alliance is very active in Santa Clarita, and they organize numerous events each year to bring local businesses and the future workforce together.
To learn more about the School and Business Alliance, click here.