BULLHEAD CITY – Colorado River Union High School students got a glimpse of what their future choices can be in education and as a career.
CRUSHD held its college and career expo Tuesday, Oct. 8 where students were able to learn about various higher education options and careers.
Carolyn Hamblin, Bullhead campus dean, was excited see all the students interacting with the people at the different Mohave Community College booths.
“I hope students see the variety of programs we have that there are all kinds of things that they can study and all kinds of things they can get jobs in that they may never considered before,” Hamblin said.
MCC was well represented at the fair with various of its programs. Welding Technology, Automotive Collision Repair and Culinary were some of the programs that showed students a look into the program. Automotive Collision Repair brought in a simulator where students were able to practice painting a car door.
Read more about the event in the Mohave Valley Daily News.