Prepping for their futures


By Diana Miller - For The News Journal



WHS’s Courtney Brown and Mylie Walls were also among those gathering information from colleges and universities that piqued their interests.


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Clinton-Massie’s Michelle Wood and Whitney Tillis sign up to receive informational materials while WHS’s Aahlaysia Walker talks with a college recruiter.


Courtesy photos

East Clinton’s Brooke Vineyard, Page Hughes, Mindy Bean and Madilyn Crowe take advantage of learning more about different options of study by speaking with college recruiters.


Courtesy photos

WILMINGTON — Wilmington High School recently opened its doors and invited area students to attend the annual Clinton County College Fair. Representatives from more than 60 colleges, universities and the military were on hand to speak one-on-one with students interested in learning more about their options as they begin the college application process.

Students from Clinton-Massie, East Clinton and Wilmington high schools mingled throughout the fair chatting with school representatives, filling out informational cards and gathering materials that will assist them in making decisions about the future. For many students, the day’s event marked the beginning of their research into higher education and military service.

Counselors throughout the county will continue to work with college- and military-bound seniors over the next several months to offer insight and guidance as students narrow down and prioritize their options.

Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.

WHS’s Courtney Brown and Mylie Walls were also among those gathering information from colleges and universities that piqued their interests.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_College-Fair-2016-WHS.jpgWHS’s Courtney Brown and Mylie Walls were also among those gathering information from colleges and universities that piqued their interests. Courtesy photos

Clinton-Massie’s Michelle Wood and Whitney Tillis sign up to receive informational materials while WHS’s Aahlaysia Walker talks with a college recruiter.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_College-Fair-2016-CM.jpgClinton-Massie’s Michelle Wood and Whitney Tillis sign up to receive informational materials while WHS’s Aahlaysia Walker talks with a college recruiter. Courtesy photos

East Clinton’s Brooke Vineyard, Page Hughes, Mindy Bean and Madilyn Crowe take advantage of learning more about different options of study by speaking with college recruiters.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_College-Fair-2016-EC.jpgEast Clinton’s Brooke Vineyard, Page Hughes, Mindy Bean and Madilyn Crowe take advantage of learning more about different options of study by speaking with college recruiters. Courtesy photos

By Diana Miller

For The News Journal

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