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Madera Unified hosts Career Pathway Fair




Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune

Marycarmen Santos-Mendez of Madera FFA talks with students during MUSD’s Career Pathways Fair on Thursday at the Madera District Fairgrounds. More than 1,500 students attended the event.

 

Madera Unified held a Career Pathway Fair, a pivotal event for more than 1,500 6th-grade students in the district. 


This fair marks the culmination of a 24-week intensive study on Career Exploration across various industries and career pathways offered by the district’s three comprehensive high schools. The fair was held at the Madera District Fairgrounds’ Hatfield Hall on Thursday.


The district firmly believes that early exposure to Career Technical Education (CTE) offerings will empower students as they transition into 7th grade, providing valuable insights into their interests and the diverse career opportunities available within our local community.

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