Students take step into future

Jessica Snyder, psychologist, talks to students about the benefits of going into the field of psychology.

Garett Beecher

Jessica Snyder, psychologist, talks to students about the benefits of going into the field of psychology.

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Career Fair is coming to Holton High on Thursday, March 26, 2015, allowing students to observe different careers around the community.
Holton High counselors Susan Rhule and Traci Frazier, the Holton FFA chapter, and CTE teachers thought this was a well-needed experience for the student body to view their options for future careers.
Karl Wilhelm and Dean Klahr, seniors, took major roles in planning the fair and helping to organize student selections.
“It took a lot of time to plan it but I think it will be worthwhile that students get a greater idea of what they would like to do for their future,” Wilhelm, said.
Before students break into different career groups, Doug Wareham, the guest speaker, will be giving a speech about finding your way in life. Wareham is a lobbyist, which means he’s an individual who deals with government relationships.
Students have four different career options from which to choose such as farmer/rancher, motorcycle mechanic, psychologist, nursing, banker, culinary, writer/author, and other options. Each session will last 20 minutes.
Many students are looking forward to exploring a variety of careers they think they might enjoy.
“I don’t have a clue what I want to do with my life, so I’m hoping this career fair will give me clarity on what I would like to do for my future,” junior Brandt Rose said.

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