|Shari Gillis Mead presenting on dentistry|
On Wednesday March 2 Livingstone High School hosted a career fair during its mentor block, allowing its students to ask questions about a variety of careers from leaders in those fields. The program was suggested by the school's students, and featured speakers from a variety of careers that held students interests. Students from grade nine all the way through to grade twelve were in attendance. A common theme amongst all of the presentations was the integration of new technologies into modern careers.
|Editor of the Pincher Creek Echo Jocelyn Doll|
Pincher Creek Echo Editor Jocelyn Doll and Pincher Creek Echo Pincher Creek Voice owner Christian Davis spoke to students about how news media is changing with the times, education and related employment possibilities, and about the advantages and disadvantages of new technology in the field.
Duane Pike and Peter Koci shared a room, with Pike speaking on apprenticeship and training in general, and Koci talking about blacksmithing and welding in particular. Koci stressed the importance of taking advantage of the time the students have in school to ask intelligent questions about their desired career path, and about the importance of education.
|Duane Pike and Peter Koci|
|Mechanics: Bryce Goulding with father Jason|