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The Simpson County Technical Center hosted a career fair Wednesday, November 6, 2019.
The halls and rooms were filled with college and technical representatives. The health science students conducted a health fair for students and visitors.
The Simpson County Technical Center provides Career and Technical Education that prepares students for a wide range of careers requiring varying levels of education.
The Technical Center is open to public and private school students as well as home schooled students.
CTE students have a 90.18% graduation rate nationally as compared to a 74.9% rate for students following a traditional academic pathway.
Programs are available for students in grade 9 and up,
Programs of Study: Agriculture and Natural Resources
Business Marketing and Finance
Diesel Service Technology
Law and Public Safety
Career Pathway Experiences is available for students in grades 11 & 12 only
Billy Lofton prepared lunch for guest and teachers.
Administrator Dr. Bo Huffman gave an overview of the activities and achievements at the Career and Technical Center.
Anyone interested in more information about the Career and Tech Center may contact Dr. Bo Huffman at 601-847-4000
Home picture: Lauren Sullivan, April Williams, Candy Walley, and Caitlyn Henry.Lauren and Caitlyn learned about FLC (FL Crane & Sons) located in Floerence, MS. The company has 13 locations and represents a generation of dedicated laborers.