The hope is that by introducing students to the various professions and career fields it will help them decide where their own futures might lie.
A large contingent of 50 students were based among the operations of airline airBaltic (main picture).
Meanwhile in Liepaja shadows were in place with police, armed forces and the local university.
Another group got to use the US 2nd cavalry's night vision equipment:
Meanwhile the Interior Ministry hosted another sizable selection of students:
Ēnu dienas dalībnieki iepazīst iekšlietu nozares darbu pic.twitter.com/ynlXJNHORZ— Iekšlietu ministrija (@IeM_gov_lv) February 11, 2015
Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics limbered up for another day of diplomacy by having roundtable discussion with his four shadows:
Īsa saruna ar ēnām pirms darba dienas sākuma pic.twitter.com/WqOjP1X0rd— Edgars Rinkēvičs (@edgarsrinkevics) February 11, 2015
Over at the Finance Ministry, shadows were on hand to double-check officials had done their calculations properly:
State police chief Ints Kuzis took the opportunity to show off his trophy cabinet:
Some new voices were heard in the cabinet debating chamber:
And one big fan of singer Dons got a pleasant surprise during her day as a shadow: