Our immediate focus is allocated towards developing strategies and solutions with a systematic approach to discovering motivated young men and women graduating from Hardin County who desire full-time or part-time employment within our community. Among our community are eager employers seeking young, skilled workers who are motivated to succeed, have a desire to learn and grow, and are reliable, dependable, trustworthy, and ready to get to work.
Our mission is to ensure all students at Hardin County High School are aware of the careers that are available in our local area and to understand how to choose a career path.
Director of W.A.P.P.
Mrs. Bellis May serves as the Career Development Coordinator and Director of the W.A.P.P. program. Bellis is a Hardin County native and 2009 Graduate of Hardin County High School. She attended Bethel University on a Shooting Sports Scholarship where she obtained a Bachelors in Psychology. While attending Bethel, Bellis gained great insight into the world of manufacturing as she worked in one of the largest manufacturing companies in West Tennessee. After completing her degree, she was hired as the Social Services Director at Adamsville Healthcare and later promoted to Marketing Director. Bellis completed her Masters in School Counseling from the University of Tennessee at Martin, and transitioned to serving as a School Counselor at Pickwick Southside School. Bellis has also served on the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors as Secretary and continues to serve on the Christmas on Main Committee.
Student Success Stories
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