Applied Technologies Senior Divine Mills Wins “Land A Job”  Competition

pictured above- Divine Mills

Charter School for Applied Technologies (CSAT) Senior Divine Mills was selected as winner of the school’s annual Land a Job Competition and has been hired for a part-time customer service position at Wegmans.

CSAT has partnered with Wegmans for the past few years on the competition which is designed to provide real-life experience in obtaining a job. Students had to complete an application and participate in interviews both in person and via Zoom.

Divine will graduate from the Charter School for Applied Technologies High School in June 2021. He has been accepted into the University at Buffalo, Buffalo State College and SUNY Erie and plans to attend school for engineering this fall. He hopes to continue his employment at Wegmans while attending college. He resides in Buffalo.

Recognized as one of the premier charter schools in the area, CSAT serves 2,357 students grades K-12 and boasts a graduation rate of 95 percent and above since its inception. Its motto is “Every Day is Career Day,” and its mission is to prepare students to attain family-sustaining careers by integrating career exploration and a lifelong learning culture.

The Elementary School, located on Kenmore Avenue in Tonawanda, serves students in grades K-5. Other schools include the Middle School, which serves grades 6-8 from its building on Shoshone Street (the former Holy Angels Academy) in Buffalo, and the High School, serving grades 9-12 from its building on Kenmore Avenue.