Students crowd around a Mississippi Power booth to see an experiment with dry ice at the Pathways2Possibilities career expo in November 2015. The two day event offers 8th graders from the six lower counties in Mississippi a chance to explore various potential career paths ranging from finance and human services to aerospace and marine science.
Students crowd around a Mississippi Power booth to see an experiment with dry ice at the Pathways2Possibilities career expo in November 2015. The two day event offers 8th graders from the six lower counties in Mississippi a chance to explore various potential career paths ranging from finance and human services to aerospace and marine science. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File
Students crowd around a Mississippi Power booth to see an experiment with dry ice at the Pathways2Possibilities career expo in November 2015. The two day event offers 8th graders from the six lower counties in Mississippi a chance to explore various potential career paths ranging from finance and human services to aerospace and marine science. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File

Why it’s important for eighth-graders to get their hands on the right career

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