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College Night helps juniors and seniors plan their futures

Kentucky Fame offers students unique work/college experience

WCHS students Jacob Hill and Madison Johnson were very interested in what National Guardsman Cody Worley had to say at the Career Night Fair.

First Southern Bank Customer Service Representative Janice Davis and Retail Banker Matthew Bertram discussed college finances with families.

WCHS student Dylan Godsey asked Lindsey Wilson College Senior Admissions Counselor McKenzie Martin to give him specifics on different majors he was interested in as she scrolled through her phone to respond to his questions.   

WCHS students Keeley Bertram and Ragan Shelton listened to information about Campbellsville University

Korrey Riddle, Amanda Ferman, and Dallas Russell grabbed some information from Campbellsville representatives Tammy Robinson and Noah Duncan.

Ziyon Deboer and classmates listened to Lincoln Tech Admissions Representative Rich Hall.

Senior Nicholas Shearer's Mom, Katina Shearer showed off an SCC t-shirt with their representatives (l-r:) Kay Swanner, Jill Lawson, Chris Hall, and Melissa Chumra

American Woodmark Manufacturing Representative Sky Cares, KYFAME Coordinator Christopher Bell, 2018 WCHS Graduate Bailey Jones (who is a KYFAME student at SCC and works at DuraFlame), and 2018 WCHS Graduate Brett Massengale (who is a KYFAME student at SCC that works at American Woodmark) shared information on the KYFAME program that enables college students to have jobs where they gain valuable experience while being compensated. The program accepts 30 applicants each year out of a pool of about 75 applicants.

Junior Hayden Ballinger and his family discussed opportunities at Campbellsville University with Associate Enrollment Counselor David Montoya. 

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