The Career Fair was held November 2 at the Convention Center. This fair was for juniors and seniors to look at career's they might be interested in when they are older.
Tim Grady works at the juvenile delinquent center and had a station set up for it. The jobs has a lot of helpful programs to help the kids.
"We work with life-skill programs and kids who are on probation," said Grady.
Working at the juvenile delinquent center helps kids with many situations.
"The job is, a very rewarding career," said Grady.
Many students gained a lot of new information and were influenced at the fair about jobs they want to do when they are older.
Junior, Danielle Terou attended the fair and got to learn new information about what she plans on doing when she is older.
"I am not sure about what I want to be when I am older but talking to some stations such as, becoming a banker or cosmetologist seemed pretty interesting," said Terou.
Senior, Thomika Francis realized that there were many options in store for her.
"There was a lot of people that had some great information about their field of study. I got information about colleges that have what I am looking for to study," said Francis.
Overall the Career fair was a good experience for the Lowry students to get information or ideas about what jobs they might want to do when they are older.
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