Jayden Tincher didn't know much about Aisin U.S.A. before Wednesday, but after working side by side with manufacturing engineer Ben Wills to build a balloon car, he's convinced that's where he wants to work.
The idea of having a job making real car parts was appealing to Jayden and many of the other youngsters participating in a new career awareness program called Mystery Chasers.
Every Wednesday, around 25 area students in fourth through sixth grade gather at Girls Inc. of Jackson County to learn about businesses and industries in Jackson County and career opportunities available in the community.
"I thought it sounded interesting and would be really fun," Jayden, 10, said of why he signed up. "And so far it is."
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