Local businesses sought for MCC College & Career Fair.

March 22, 2022

Local businesses sought for MCC College & Career Fair.

Spartan News is a presentation of Mason County Central Schools in partnership with Mason County Press. 

SCOTTVILLE — Area businesses are invited to help educate local students at the Mason County Central High School’s College and Career Fair scheduled for Thursday, May 12 from 9 a.m. to noon. The goal of the fair is to connect middle and high school students to real-world careers by bringing the world of work to them.  

Professionals from business, industry, health, education, nonprofit, and social service sectors are invited to share about the types of and needs for careers in their field.

“We are looking forward to having colleges, universities, military representatives and businesses from all career fields to attend and share their expertise with our students,” said Joan Vidak, MCC High School guidance counselor.

MCC staff is encouraging its high school students to prepare resumes, so they can connect with local employers through the fair as well. Local businesses with employment needs are invited to share current opportunities at the fair. Even if employers are unable to attend this year, MCC and the Mason College Access Network are compiling a list of available youth summer jobs to share with working-age students at all schools across the county.  

To sign up for the MCC College & Career Fair or get on the summer jobs list, visit MasonCountyCAN.org.

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