Metro Schools hosts ninth annual career fair for high school students

Engineering, video game development, veterinary medicine; these are just some of the career aspirations of Metro Schools students who attended the ninth annual My Future. My Way. Career Exploration Fair. More than 6,000 high school freshmen from 22 MNPS schools, including magnet, charter and the 12 largest neighborhood schools, gathered at the Music City Center on Nov. 14 to explore careers of their interest.

Read more and view the photo gallery via Metro Schools hosts ninth annual career fair for high school students — Children First

See a recap of the career fair through the feature on NewsChannel 5 and the following infographic:

Q & A with award-winning Antioch Digital Arts & Design student Maro Doce<< >>Recapping the Career Fair: An essay from Nashville School of the Arts student Madison Eddins

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