Students of Richfield Residential Hall have access to a wide range of unique educational and vocational opportunities through Snow College while they are enrolled in our program. Dedrick Hoschain and Branden Sanderson are just two students who are taking advantage of the opportunity to learn some invaluable job skills while still in high school. They are enrolled in the Snow College building trades program, and spend the first few hours of each morning building a house here in Richfield. In this program, they receive both high school and college credit while learning a marketable skill that will allow them to get a great paying job during the summer and at any point in the future.
Branden Sanderson is a junior at Richfield High School and is the son of Harrison and Bernice Curley of Gallup, NM. Dedrick Hoschain is in junior year at South Sevier High School and is the son of Darlene Begay of Tonalea, AZ.
Students of Richfield Residential Hall are involved in a wide range of programs at Snow College, including nursing, computer education, art, welding, business, and general education.