on Feb 24th, 2009Career Education Seminar Slated on March 2-6

To make students and other concerned individuals understand more about issues and concerns about career education, a seminar is going to happen on March 2-6, 2009 with its main theme “Career Tech: Building Blocks for a Successful Career.” With this seminar, faculty and students from as far as Spoon River Valley, Cuba, Havana, Lewiston, Astoria and Canton are expected to participate. This is in line with the Career and Technical Education Week celebration. In this way, properly equipped with skills would also mean early student jobs for highly-skilled students and professionals.

The main event of the celebration, however, is the Career Ed Expo, exhibits of projects that will take place on March 5 and open to the public viewing. The venue will be the Canton High School South Gym. The expo, it was learned, is aimed at giving students chances of demonstrating what they actually know and do as far as the fields of agriculture, business, consumer and family science as well as industrial technology.

During the expo the organizers will also honor outstanding students from high schools who have contributed achievements benefiting the schools as well as the students in general. The Western Area Career System is also monitoring the progress of their career and technical education programs. They also invite the students, teachers, parents and all people interested in technical as well as education skills to be present at the expo site so that they will really understand the program as well as see for themselves the many skills that will be demonstrated by participating students at the exhibit area. Just like a nursing school, the organizers are also hoping to have a very successful activity.

They are also encouraged to secure schedule of activities so that they will be properly guided from day one of the activity until the day it will also end. The most activities will be on March 5 in which the activity starts from 9:00 in the morning up to 7:00 in the evening.


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