The 34th annual College and Career Fair connects hundreds of students with college & career representatives

Photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor

Hundreds of students and their parents from across the county attended the 34th annual College and Career Fair at Pioneer High School Tuesday night, where representatives talked with them about their plans after high school.

“Colleges, universities, skilled trades, unions, career and technical education, student support, corporations  and dedicated volunteers and professionals met over 1,000 students and parents/guardians to highlight opportunities,” said Counseling Department Co-Chair & College Counseling Coordinator John Boshoven. “It was a beautiful thing!

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