Career day offers high school students the ability to explore different careers and meet with counselors to plan their future.
“It’s kinda like a capstone event for them, figuring out which careers are best for them,” Mary Anstadt, CTE Program Coordinator, said.
The career day is open to the public but is mostly for high school students. It gives the students an opportunity to meet with Orange County employers and learn how to successfully interview from an industry expert.
“Past fall a bunch of students got hired…last year it was non-profit and this year there is also for profit,” Anstadt said.
Some of the programs being featured at this event are architecture, automotive, child development, culinary arts, horticulture, medical, theatre arts, and video production.
The career day will be followed by a campus tour and lunch on the quad.
There will be an upcoming event on March 21st, hosted by the career center, 8th Grade Shadow Day.
For more information visit the career center online: http://www.saddleback.edu/career/