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Antonio Bellamy of Bradley Tech is SEEK Careers/Staffing employee of the month

Antonio Bellamy of Bradley Tech is SEEK Careers/Staffing employee of the monthMilwaukee Public Schools students give us many reasons to be proud, and we are excited to share that Antonio Bellamy, a senior at Lynde and Harry Bradley Technology and Trade School, has been selected as employee of the month by SEEK Careers/Staffing. Bellamy is in the MPS Youth Apprentice program and serves at HellermannTyton, which manufactures a wide range of parts, cables, and tools for industrial applications.

Bellamy is assigned to the Tool Room and is currently enhancing his Electrical Discharging Machining (EDM) skills. This is his second school year assigned to HellermannTyton.

Bellamy was selected for his hard work, rapid progression of his skills, and the positive attitude he shows in his youth apprenticeship program. He was selected as the employee of the month from among more than 2,500 employees in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Each year, MPS places students in youth apprenticeships at dozens of local businesses. To learn more, visit the MPS Youth Apprenticeships page.

Congratulations, Antonio! And thank you to Seek Careers/Staffing and HellermannTyton!

 

Pictured (L–R): Doug Holvick (SEEK Careers/Staffing); Antonio Bellamy (Bradley Tech Youth Apprentice); Dan Gildner and Garett Mielkie (HellermannTyton)

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