Article by W. Clay Crook-
The Career Day at Scotts Hill High School on April 22, 2022, gave students a first hand, face to face chance to ask questions about the future. From a District Attorney General to an over the road truck driver, to people in the medical field, each of the rooms contained twenty-five minute presentations and question and answer sessions from which the students rotated throughout the day.
There were nearly three dozen career opportunities presented. From the classrooms, you could hear things like, “If you want job security,” “If you want a job like no other,” “If you want to control your income and have good benefits,”
Students gathered around the Air Evac helicopter. Nearby were vehicles from law enforcement, the fire…
For complete coverage, see the April 27th edition of The Lexington Progress.