The Carroll Chamber of Commerce annual Career Pathway Panels will be held Tuesday, Feb. 21, from 8 to 10 a.m. at both Kuemper Catholic High School and the Carroll Middle School. Local business members will present how the skills taught in school match up to career opportunities as well as assist students with learning more about future educational needs for specific occupations. A question and answer session generally allows the students to delve deeper into the presenter’s area of expertise. The Career Pathway Panels are divided into six different pathways including: Agriscience and Natural Resources; Family and Human Services; Arts and Communications; Business/Information Management/Marketing; Engineering /Industrial/Technological Sciences; and Health Sciences. Each student will select two different sessions to attend.
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