When someone has energy and passion for a cause, it’s contagious. Kim Jenkins is one of those people.

There’s a growing movement recognizing that a four-year college degree isn’t the only post-secondary career route. That awareness is driving more and more attention to additional options available to today’s students.

Kaycee Kemper is vice president of Adams Economic Alliance, which is comprised of three organizations: Adams County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC), Adams County Industrial Development Authority (ACIDA) and Adams County General Authority (ACGA). For more information, see adamsalliance.org, or follow us on Twitter (@AdamsAlliance), Facebook (Facebook.com/AdamsAlliance) and LinkedIn (Adams Economic Alliance).

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