Senior Guidance Officer for the Education Department Gary Hohn, setting up for the Careers Expo at Kepnock State High School.
Senior Guidance Officer for the Education Department Gary Hohn, setting up for the Careers Expo at Kepnock State High School. Mike Knott

Finding a career corridor

HUNDREDS of students searching for some profession direction will pour into the assembly hall at Kepnock State High School for the annual Bundaberg Careers Expo.

About 1500 students from Years 10 to 12 from schools across the Bundaberg region are expected to browse through more than 50 stalls with a range as diverse as creative industries to social work to brick laying.

Department of Education senior guidance officer Gary Hohn said the exhibition was targeted to both high school students and people looking for a career change.

“The way education is today I don't think people ever stop learning,” he said.

The expo will open from 4.30pm to 6.30pm for the general public.

Entry is free.



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