Career fair held for HCHS students
For the third time this year, Harlan County High School students were given an opportunity to look at some of their future options with the college and career fair.
“I think we’ve provided our students with wonderful opportunities to speak with individuals about colleges and careers they’re interested in,” said HCHS teacher Robin Sanders, whose college and career options class leads the program. “I hope this is something we continue providing our students for years to come.”
“It was great to see all my options for my future,” said Jessica Turner, an HCHS student. “It was fun to help plan and be a part of this experience.”
“I think the fair was pretty cool. I got to talk to a lot of people,” added Nick Brown.
“It was great to see all the options that are out there,” said Hannah Saylor.
Participants at the fair included:
Doug Saunders——Clear Creek Bible College
Danielle Saylor and Kerry Ledford—-Huffman & Huffman
Alli Helton and Deanie Rigney—Harlan Health and Rehab
Colby French—Appalachian Challenge Academy
Michael Scott—-Landstar Logistics
Virginia Penalva—Campbellsville University
Jake and Stephanie—-UPike
Scott Burris—-Isom Pharmacy
David McGill—-Harlan Emergency Management
Kyle Clark, Jackson Curry—-Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Reserve
Jill Ball—Choice MD
Donovan Cyrus—Morehead State University
Jason Weaver—-Lindsey Wilson College
Candice Bray—-Lincoln Memorial University
Joel Tucker-Boggs and Holly Evans—Gear Up
Rich Prewitt—-Cumberland Valley Electric