ENTERPRISE,Ala.–Enterprise High School students heard from local businesses during a two-day event at EHS aimed at helping students determine what their goals are after high school.
Some of the biggest employers in the area attended the event and spoke with students that might not have a plan.
“There’s opportunities that might not require a four-year degree that they can go to work and work towards a certificate at the junior college or what experiences they have with us they can go straight to work and make a great career,” said Principal Brent Harrison.
The Enterprise State Junior College, Artisa, Wayne Farms, and Southeast Alabama Works were a few of the businesses present for the event.
Principal Harrison says that what he wants students to take from this is that after high school there’s opportunities locally for students to build careers and livelihoods here at home.