Career options, networking at RDC

Students will have the opportunity to learn about career options and network with prospective employers this Thursday at Red Deer College.

Students will have the opportunity to learn about career options and network with prospective employers this Thursday at Red Deer College.

The seventh annual edition of CAREERexpo is expected to draw thousands of Central Alberta youths to the college’s Four Centres building. There, they’ll be able to speak with employers and RDC representatives to find out about working in various industries and the training required to get there.

The 2013 edition of CAREERexpo will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is organized annually by CAREERS: The Next Generation — a non-profit organization that works with government, educational institutions, communities, industry, parents and students to help youths find meaningful employment and to develop a skilled workforce.

RDC has played host to CAREERexpo for the past four years.

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