While spring blizzards dampened spirits across the Twin Cities this March, Como Park principal Dan Mesick started buying ties and scarves in the same yellows and blacks that brighten the walls of Como Park High School. Dan, a strong supporter of Genesys Works, noticed that the 13 Genesys Works Young Professionals attending Como stand out while they walk through Como’s halls and interact with students and faculty. They wear professional clothing and workplace badges with pride, and he wanted to encourage other students to seek professional opportunities as well.
In an effort to show his support for the standard of professionalism exhibited by Genesys Works students, Dan purchased ties and scarves in Como Park colors for all Genesys Works Young Professionals attending Como Park High School. Dan wants students to remember that “not only are you Genesys Works, you’re also Como Park."
If it’s a Wednesday and you’re walking through the halls of Como Park High School, you can’t help but see pods of students wearing their Como-colored ties and scarves. If you see Dan fist-bumping students in the cafeteria, he’s also wearing a matching tie. Being a Como Park Genesys Works student means being part of a club with a principal who’s bringing professionalism to the classroom. This smartly dressed group is looking forward to inducting a new group of students into their club, with 23 Como Park students starting summer training in June. Looks like Dan needs to go shopping soon.
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|Principal Mesick and Young Professionals pose while wearing Como-colored ties and scarves.|