By Zydrinna Eargle, News Writer
Freshman at Keenan had a Career Day on March 26. It started at 8:15 A.M and ended at 10:45 A.M.
They had exhibits and speakers.
One speaker was Mr. Jason Braugton of the South Carolina State Library, who talked about how doing well in school impacts a student’s future career.
The other speaker was Dr. Johnny Murdaugh, CATE director, who presented the sixteen career clusters.
The Freshman Academy Career Fair also had the cheerleaders do a cheer about the sixteen career clusters.
Some students already know what they want to do when they get out of school.
“I would prefer to do nursing when I get out of school,” Freshman Kyland Oxner said.
The Career Fair had agriculture, law, health science, finance government, banking, logistics and security.
“After high school I would like to do finance science,” Freshman Haley Jones said.
The planners wanted to make the Career Fair a success, and they believe that it could happen if they monitored the freshman students.
“It took three to four weeks to plan it, and I did most of it by myself, but some teachers helped,” Mrs. Linda Delaughter, guidance counselor, said.