Dozens of community members have turned into the teachers at Miller Middle School for two days this week.
The school is hosting its annual career fair this week, as students are learning from professionals in a wide range of fields.
“The career fair allows students to gain insight into many different careers, some careers that students may not even have known they existed,” said Miller counselor John Augustine. “It is important that students start to learn what they may be interested in, as well as what they may not, as they prepare for their futures.”
For two other days this week, students are working on hands-on projects with Miller staff focusing on careers.
Augustine appreciated the support of the community members for volunteering their time during this week.
“Many area professionals have donated significant time to make this event happen and we certainly could have not pulled it off without their assistance,” Augustine said.