It’s never too soon to give high school students a glimpse of what lies ahead. For students enrolled in one of the four academies housed at the Hudson County Schools of Technology’s High Tech High School, Monday was the perfect opportunity for them to hear directly from professionals from a variety of fields.
The first-ever, Design and Fabrication Academy Career Day was attended by 350 students, with more than 35 businesses participating in panel discussions and breakout sessions throughout the school.
Hudson TV reporter Jeff Henig has the story.
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