Students share differences between their countries' education
Community Helping Encourage Careers and Service sponsored the third annual Global Roundtable on Friday at Mexico High School. An International Panel of Missouri Military Cadets from Rwanda, Spain, China, Mongolia, South Korea and Mexico shared with MHS juniors differences between their countries' education and economy compared to the United States. The meeting was designed to help make students more aware of the global economy and the potential to work anywhere in the world from right here in Mexico, Mo. The meeting was coordinated by David Buhr as part of the Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce CHECS Program. The MHS Chamber Student Ambassadors hosted the group for lunch following the three sessions.