Last updated: April 01. 2014 2:15PM -
By Emily M. Hobbs Staff Writer



Emily M. Hobbs/Sampson IndependentTables and booths were set up at Clinton High School for special needs students in the county and city schools to come out and learn about transitioning and pre-planning for college and the workforce.
Emily M. Hobbs/Sampson IndependentTables and booths were set up at Clinton High School for special needs students in the county and city schools to come out and learn about transitioning and pre-planning for college and the workforce.
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County and city students with special needs were given an opportunity Friday to visit with college representatives and businesses geared towards their situations. Presentations were made by various members of staff in the computer labs, media center, auditorium and in one-on-one question and answer opportunities.


The transitional fair was set up for both eighth-graders and high school students, and gave the attendees information about moving forward down their career paths through either job placement or attending college. Students were also able to gather information about financial aid and the college application process.


Emily M. Hobbs can be reached at 910-592-8137 ext. 122 or via email at ebrown@civitasmedia.com.


 
 
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