Truly Nolen participates in Career Days

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June 2, 2022

As a big proponent of community engagement and being involved with our local schools, Truly Nolen Pest Control is excited to start returning to participating in Career Days across the country. These special events allow us to provide our unit in good bugs and bad bugs, which kids of all ages enjoy. We also get the opportunity to explain what a career in pest control entails and why every day can be a unique one in our industry.

Check out some of the photos from the most recent school visits held throughout the country:

 

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Broward/Palm Beach Commercial Manager Ed Baker shows off an insect specimen to a class at Sunland Park Academy Annex on April 28. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Nick Rohe works with a volunteer to demonstrate how a snap trap works at Sunland Park Academy Annex on April 28. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Shane Vaughn shows a volunteer how a snap trap works at Sunland Park Academy Annex on April 28. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Shane Vaughn shows off his Webster tool, which several kids jokingly thought was a toilet brush, for spider webs at Rock Island Elementary on May 19. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Shane Vaughn explains how his snap trap works to a class at Rock Island Elementary on May 19. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Nick Rohe shows the children his bee protection outfit at Sunland Park Academy Annex on May 24. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Nick Rohe shows the children some insect specimens at Sunland Park Academy Annex on May 24. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Key Largo Manager Stella Diaz came to the mainland to show off her incredible insect specimens to the children at Florida City Elementary on May 26. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Key Largo Administrator Pam Kimble spoke to a class at Florida City Elementary about working in pest control on May 26. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Nick Rohe speaks to a staff member at Discovery Elementary May 27 about the life cycle of multiple insects. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

 

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Technician Nick Rohe demonstrates his bee protection suit during a rotation at Discovery Elementary May 27. PHOTO: TRULY NOLEN PEST CONTROL

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About the Author

Srebnik is manager of public relations, social media and community events for Truly Nolen Pest Control. He can be reached at 954.247.3212 or toby.srebnik@trulymail.net.

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