On Tuesday, March 6, more than 150 exhibitors shared their career experiences and passions with 1,600 high school juniors and seniors at Roaring Fork High School. GlenX Career Expo, now in its fourth year, presented an opportunity for students to explore career ideas and interests, learn about the job market and think about their futures. Exhibitors from nonprofit organizations, government agencies, businesses and colleges informed, entertained and connected with young people at this dynamic event.
The career expo was founded on the belief that every high school student needs more opportunities to learn about viable career options and continuing education they will need, whether it involves college, trade/vocational school, certification, career tech training, or internships and apprenticeships. Click here to read the front page feature in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent.