GENEVA, Ala. (WTVY) - A group of high school students learned the in-and-outs of the Geneva County Courthouse today.
The Warren Beck Leadership Program works with 20 high school juniors to give them an inside look at the day of various community leaders.
Once a month, they go out to a hospital, farm, construction site or anything like it.
Wednesday, they talked to the county judge and sheriff about representing the law in the county.
"We've seen so many different careers,” said Geneva County High School Junior Skylar Brannon. “We've seen a lot here at the court house today. We went to the medical center one month, and we actually toured ACOM and the medical school, so we got to see all of that, that was really cool. We've learned a lot so far."
Geneva County and city students can reach out to their school administration about applying for the Warren Beck Leadership Program.