Southeast’s College and Career Fair

Our campus held its 5th annual College and Career Fair Oct, 2, 2019.  The fair featured over 30 colleges, universities, military branches and local journeyman organizations. The experience allowed students to learn firsthand about a multitude of career and college pathways, needed test scores and certifications, financial aid and also offered an opportunity to interact with the various representatives. 

The first College and Career Fair took place in 2015 under the guidance of OSTC counselor Angie Haley, and has grown from 15 to 30 organizations being represented.  Through this program each fall, we hope students discover opportunities that align with the programs they are studying at our campus.

SE is excited to offer events and opportunities that help students understand their journey as they discover careers.

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