Students explore careers at KBC Job and Career Fair

  • Homer High School student Ellie Syth, left, visits with wildland firefighter Aaron Seaton at the Alaska Division of Forestry table during the Kachemak Bay Campus College and Career Fair last Friday, March 30, 2018 in Homer, Alaska. About 400 students from 11 area schools as well as community members visited the annual event, said Kim Frost, KBC student and enrollment services coordinator. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)
  • Pratt Museum education director Chessie Sharp holds a model chiton at the museum’s table during the Kachemak Bay Campus College and Career Fair last Friday, March 30, 2018 in Homer, Alaska. About 400 students from 11 area schools as well as community members visited the annual event, said Kim Frost, KBC student and enrollment services coordinator. The Pratt has an opening for a student intern as well as several other full- and part-time jobs. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)
  • Cinda Martin, left, and Jennifer Mitchell Hakala, right, staff the Homer Marine Trades booth during the Kachemak Bay Campus College and Career Fair last Friday, March 30, 2018 in Homer, Alaska. About 400 students from 11 area schools as well as community members visited the annual event, said Kim Frost, KBC student and enrollment services coordinator. “Our focus is to get the younger people interested in training and employment,” Mitchell Hakala said. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)

Local businesses, agencies, nonprofit groups and trade associations offered advice — and even some new jobs — at the annual Kachemak Bay Campus College, Career and Job Fair held at the college last Friday. About 400 students from 11 area schools as well as community members visited the annual event, said Kim Frost, KBC student and enrollment services coordinator.

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