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FRC seeks career representatives for upcoming fair

Feather Publishing
8/5/2014

Feather River College is busy planning its next annual College, Career and Transfer Fair, aimed at assisting local 11th- and 12th-grade students in determining their career paths and associated choices of post-secondary education.



“‘Career representatives’ at previous CCT Fairs have kindly helped to educate and advise juniors and seniors that are interested in learning more about different careers,” said Jan Prichard, director of Educational Talent Search. “If you are able to share your wealth of experience in informal one-on-one conversations with students we would greatly appreciate your support, knowledge and experience at this year’s event.”

The fair is set for Wednesday, Sept. 17. Career representatives arrive for check-in and setup 8:30 – 9 a.m. (snacks and tea/coffee are provided). Students arrive at 9:30 a.m., and the fair ends at noon.

The venue is the Feather River College Multipurpose Building (gym). Juniors and seniors from high schools in Westwood, Chester, Greenville, Quincy, Portola and Loyalton will attend, as will interested FRC students.


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