Undercover boss looks for new hire at the 2014 Youth Workforce Summit in White Plains

Hundreds of students learned about searching for jobs and one lucky one was hired today at the 2014 Youth Workforce Summit in White Plains. As

The summit was organized by the Business Council

The summit was organized by the Business Council of Westchester. (Credit: News 12 Westchester)

WHITE PLAINS - Hundreds of students learned about searching for jobs and a lucky one was hired today at the 2014 Youth Workforce Summit in White Plains.

Organized by the Business Council of Westchester, the summit prepares students for the future workforce. As a special twist, the attendees were told an undercover boss was also at the summit, looking to make a surprise hire. Organizers say the special news ensured everyone at the summit was serious and prepared.

The big reveal was made at the end, as Robison Oil President David Singer was introduced as the undercover boss. He hired Westchester Community College student Josh Mercato.
    

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