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Career Edventure Helps Students Find A Career Path

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Deciding what to be when you grow up can be a challenge for many high school kids.

This afternoon more than 1,000 students fill the Bismarck Civic Center to talk with businesses about different career paths.

Students are learning about a wide variety of careers from jobs in the medical field to being a welder.

The Career Edventure Day is aimed to guide students in a career they find interest in.

"You have to start training like as soon as you can, because you can go to college as long as you want, but the more experience you have before that the better," 9th Grader Mikayla Grunseth said.

"I'm thinking about possibly going into teaching now, which isn't something I've ever thought about," 9th Grader Siobhan Oliver said.

Around 50 booths are setup at today's event to show students different career paths they can choose from.

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