Students speak with local professionals at annual career fair

Tejasvini Ramesh, Staff Writer

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  • At the product management and marketing booth, students were able to learn about internships and summer programs they could try out to explore the career.

  • Some booths, like In-n-Out, allowed high school students to apply for a job on the spot.

  • In addition to asking questions, students also got to watch demos and interact with tools that engineers use in their jobs.

  • Before the fair officially began, professionals Mark Ansell and Omar Gutierrez were ready at their booth to promote apprenticeships with the Nor-Cal Tile Industry Training Center

  • At the Law Enforcement booth, students were able to look at a collage of pictures to learn more about the different opportunities in specific law enforcement careers.

  • With many different booths ready for students to explore, lots of professionals were able to talk to students individually.

  • Many booths offered brochures or posters as visual aids, providing another way to explain a career.

  • One of the student favorites at the Career Fair was the dog training booth.

  • At the Career Fair, students had the opportunity to ask lots of questions to different professionals.

  • The Social Worker’s booth encouraged students to take pictures of brochures and tri-fold boards with more sources of information.

  • College and Career Counselor Mrs. Woodworth and Vice Principal Melanie Harris ensured things ran smoothly at the fair.