Tallahassee, FL - If students at Godby High School in Tallahassee weren't sure about their career path, that indecision may have changed after Thursday.
Administrators held a career fair at Godby Thursday morning. Students had the opportunity to explore 41 different careers -- from engineering, forestry, education, media, and many others.
The career fair was for all students ninth through 12 grades.
Godby senior Bria Pittman says, "I think it's a great opportunity for Godby students to be able to learn about whatever careers they want to go into and actually get information on it."
Godby senior David Causey says, "College students don't even know what they want to do. If we can get exposed now, then we can slowly make our own decision of what we want to do, and not waste so much money in college switching from career to career."
The career fair is an annual event at Godby.
Eyewitness News Reporter Lanetra Bennett was there Thursday representing WCTV and the field of Broadcast Journalism.
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