Students Get Unique Opportunities At Discovering Careers Expo
Students in Santa Clarita Valley junior high schools are probably thinking about what they want to do after high school…and ultimately when they grow up.
Parents can help nurture those dreams by bringing them to the fifth annual Discovering Careers Expo from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 28 at College of the Canyons. There, students will be able to talk with people from a variety of career areas and get some hands-on experience to explore different jobs.
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Presenters confirmed include Jet Propulsion Laboratory, film and TV costumer Karen Hudson, Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, COC’s Welding Technology program, Los Angeles Mission College Forensics, Los Angeles County Fire Department, Hart ROP Interior Design instructor Kenneth Dean and VIA Promotions, Inc.
Discovering Careers is a free career exploration fair for middle school students, their siblings, and their parents will also feature interactive presentations and demonstrations by local industry professionals. There will be activities and the priceless opportunity to explore, at a young age, what people really do beyond school. Everything will be provided. You just have to get there.
Career professionals and community leaders interested in participating may contact Adriana Estrada at 661.362.3653, firstname.lastname@example.org.