High School juniors had the opportunity to learn about 50 careers during the annual Junior Career Fair. Students rotated through the high school gymnasium where rows of tables were set up for each professional to display information about their occupation.

Some of the guests were self-employed, while others worked for either small companies or large organizations. Students were given a list of suggested questions and encouraged to ask each professional about their jobs, how they chose their fields, what skills are needed and other inquiries that would give them insight to these careers. Participants learned about a variety of jobs, including architect, doctor, author, artist, attorney, engineer, police officer, firefighter and more. 

Special thanks to the professionals who took time out of their schedules to be part of this event and to Tina Hament and Kelly Reno for their hard work ensuring that the career fair would be organized and useful for those attending.