Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) of Carroll has had a record number of students sign up for participation in their annual Career Discovery Day. Today (Tuesday), high school students from Carroll, Kuemper, Glidden and Paton Churdan districts will be traveling to area businesses to explore careers in five different pathway categories. Students interested in learning more about advanced manufacturing and automotive will be going to Scranton Manufacturing while those interested in the business administration pathway will tour Farner-Bocken and Santa Maria Winery. For those exploring communications and marketing careers, students will get a first-hand look behind the scenes at Carroll Broadcasting and the Daily Times Herald. Students interested in healthcare fields will learn more from the staff at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and New Hope, and the human services pathway participants will also tour New Hope as well as New Opportunities. The ability for high school students to learn more about the careers available to them through Discovery Days has become so popular that DMACC Provost, Dr. Joel Lundstrum, has said they had more students register for this year’s event than could be accommodated in one session. To ensure all 117 students get the opportunity to participate, a second Discovery Day has been scheduled for April 25.