Career Day brings professionals to high school
John Paul Schmidt
Recruiters from the U.S. Army and the U.S. National Guard speak to Havre High School students Wednesday about careers in the military.
Havre High School students had a chance to listen to professionals from careers they may not have considered at the school's Career Day Wednesday.
Many members of the community who have made a living in fields, such as graphic design, medical and various trades, came to speak to the high school students and answer their questions in the Havre High classrooms and auditorium.
Many representatives from Montana State University-Northern, including Electrical Engineering Professor Trygve "Spike" Magelssen and chef Becky Toth.
Havre High School Principal Craig Mueller said Career Day is meant to give students a chance to learn about career paths they may not know about or have not considered before. Many people from a wide array of careers came to the high school to speak about their own experiences in their lines of work and their lives.
Mueller said there were many people from Havre businesses, as well as Rocky Boy and Box Elder professionals.
"I've gotten great feedback," Mueller...
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