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Students reap information for future at Career Fair

Chase County Schools’ juniors and seniors had an opportunity to learn about different career paths at Tuesday’s Career Fair. The fair provided an opportunity to ask questions and obtain knowledge to improve their employability after high school and college. Nineteen booths, filled by businesses, colleges and the military, were on hand to help students explore future possibilities and schedule appointments for more in depth inquiries. Army recruiter SFC Tim Roberts was kept busy answering questions from a large number of  youths, including junior Sydnie Allen, above, who said she is definitely looking into becoming a military nurse. Below, senior Daphne Lucas attempted to start an IV with the help of Mason Holmes at the Imperial EMS booth. She said she is undecided on what career she will pursue. Three of the areas that appeared to have much interest were booths in the medical, military and agriculture fields. (Johnson Publications photos)

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