Aaron Hahn is a 2018 graduate of Stockton High School.  He was a Nex-Gen Work Study during his senior high year at KKAN/KQMA in Phillipsburg, to gain experience in broadcasting.  He is pursuing his education to become a sports broadcaster.

High school and college students are matched with local businesses throughout northwest and north central Kansas for both work study opportunities during the school year and paid, summer internships.


Students gain professional skills and broaden their perspectives on career options. Local businesses benefit by networking with youth, bringing fresh ideas to the workplace, and “interviewing” students for potential future jobs – all of which contribute to youth retention to our small, rural communities.


This is a great opportunity for students and businesses, alike.

Ceanne Schroeder, 2019 Nex-Gen Summer Intern.  She attends Rawlins County High School and lives in Herndon. Ceanne was a summer intern with Rawlins County Medical Center in Atwood and is continuing as a Work Study during the 2019-20 school year.  "This summer was great!  Now, I want to spend more time in nursing, lab, and radiology," Ceanne adds.  This fall, she plans to begin pursuing a nursing degree.

Available January 2020


Nex-Generation Round Up for Youth, Inc., is a charitable, non-profit organization designed to fund, promote, and support educational projects, career development, and community programs focused on youth.  

Our vision is to be the premier youth engagement organization, working with all youth and partners to advance and sustain rural economies.



Nex-Generation Round Up for Youth, Inc.

145 N Main, PO Box 158, Lenora, KS 67645


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