Future opportunities on show at expo
WHITSUNDAY students and community members can get an indication of what their future could entail at the Proserpine Careers Expo at Proserpine State High School next week.
The school will again be hosting the Proserpine Careers Expo which will be held on August 12 at the high school’s multi-purpose hall.
The expo is a comprehensive careers, employment and training expo and offers students and visitors the latest information on tertiary studies, further training, hands on demonstrations and employment opportunities.
More than 60 exhibitors will be present including universities from around Queensland, private education training colleges, national and local employers, Defence Forces, Government training agencies and employers, apprenticeship and traineeship providers and students services.
Proserpine Careers Expo organiser Sharon Rudinski said all those attending could expect to receive relevant and expert advice.
“There would be lots of hands-on and interactive displays using some of the new technologies used in various careers,” she said.
Ms Rudinski said she was also hoping the event would attract other local community members who were hoping to find out about further study or career options.
Admission is free and exhibitors will have highly qualified staff on hand to answer questions and provide advice.
They will also be giving away brochures, course information and prospectuses.
GROWING UP: Proserpine State High School students Kyra Davis, Kristen Lesage, Bailey Hayward, Maddy Spruce and Jo Pepper look forward to finding out more about their future careers at the Proserpine Careers Expo.