By Bonnie Davidson
The Courier 

Coming Soon: Hands-On Career Fair


Bonnie Davidson / The Courier

Ted Jamba, lead forecaster at the Glasgow Weather Station, points to information that helps him predict what the area could expect in temperatures and precipitation. The weather service will be part of the career fair at Glasgow High School and provide hands-on activities for students.

Did you ever know what you wanted to be when you grew up? It's a question that even as adults we tend to ponder. Had we known as teenagers what those jobs actually entailed would we have changed the path we were on?

The thought behind learning from experience has helped Glasgow High School Principal Shawnda Zahara-Harris create the first-of-its-kind career fair this spring. She was able to gain a grant for $7,000 to create a hands-on job fair that will get the community involved. Not only will local businesses bring information on the type of work they offer, but they'll try to provide han...

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