Phoenix Career Fair

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Phoenix Career Fair

Students speaking with vendors
Photo by: Citlalli Aceves

Students speaking with vendors Photo by: Citlalli Aceves

Students speaking with vendors Photo by: Citlalli Aceves

Students speaking with vendors Photo by: Citlalli Aceves

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Phoenix High School hosted a college and career fair, in hopes of preparing students for their future.

This fair was organized to help students figure out what they want to do in the future.

“The goal of the career fair is to get students ready for college and to make people get ready for life,” Senior in charge of the career fair, Bryce Brech, said

Just like Brech hoped, students went around to the vendors and discussed their options for the future. Students were interacting with the vendors and became more interested in figuring out what they want to do. The students were able to speak with vendors about the military, being a police officer, cosmetology, and more.

“It was really helpful,” Junior, Noah Herrera, said, “It allowed me to broaden my perspective of my future.”

Not only were there vendors for possible careers, but there was a vendor for college as well. Sierra College came with new information about their programs.

“We want to get the word out to students that we have new upcoming programs,” Anette Nylander, a professor in the Computer Information Systems department at Sierra College, said, “and we’re cutting edge and students can come take a few classes and get a good job.”

Students speaking with vendors
Photo by: Citlalli Aceves

Students speaking with vendors
Photo by: Citlalli Aceves

Photo by: Citlalli Aceves

Students speaking with vendors
Photo by: Citlalli Aceves