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Wacona Elementary Holds College and Career Fair
Wacona Elementary Holds College and Career Fair
Paige Coker
Thursday, January 17, 2019

The 2018 Wacona College and Career Fair was a huge success with over 130 fifth grade students, Ware County High School CTAE students, and business leaders in attendance.  Engagers shared career information about the education, training, and skills required for various positions in our community. All attendees enjoyed watching college virtual tours of two former Wacona Elementary students, Corinna and Rayanna Wester.  Post assessment data indicated that the fair increased college and career awareness, broaden the scope of previous career interests, and helped learners obtain information about the Ware County High School pathway options. Dr. Kim Callahan, Wacona Elementary Counselor ad Career Fair organizer, expressed sincere gratitude to the many school officials, business leaders and Ware County High School CTAE pathway teachers and students who support the career development program. Mr. John Chancey is the principal at Wacona Elementary.


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Wacona College and Career Fair Engagers:  Coastal Pines Technical College, Georgia Forestry Commission, Global Partnership for Telehealth, Okefenokee Heritage Center, The Heritage Bank, Okefenokee Swamp Park, Pam’s Beauty Shop, Pierce County Transportation, Southeastern Credit Union, St. Vincent's Cardiology, United States Army, Ware County Fire and Rescue, Ware County High School Agriculture, Ware County High School Business, Ware County High School Culinary Arts, Ware County High School Education, Ware County High School Healthcare, Ware County High School Law and Justice, Ware County High School Marketing, Ware County Sheriff’s Office, Waycross Bank and Trust, and Waycross Police Department.