Bay College will host the 31st Annual Career Day at Bay (formerly named Occupational Open House) on Thursday, November 1, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Escanaba Campus.
It’s a chance for high school juniors and seniors can come visit the campus and learn about the career and technical programs offered at Bay.
Last year, some 425 students from 23 area high schools participated in the event.
Cindy Carter, Dean of Business, Technology, and Workforce Development, says that students should find the event to be extremely informative and well worth the time.
“Many students are undecided about what kind of career paths they will pursue and this event gives them exposure to several possibilities,” states Carter. “Those students wishing to continue education beyond an associate’s degree will also discover that many of our occupational programs will transfer to Lake Superior State University, Ferris State University, Michigan Tech, and other 4-year institutions.”
Area high school juniors and seniors will be able to attend presentations from the following program areas: Accounting, Automotive Technology, Business Administration/Marketing, Computer Information Systems, Computer Network Systems and Security, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Development, EMT/Paramedic, Geographic Information Systems, Human Services, Mechatronics, Nursing (LPN/RN), Office Information Systems, Water Resource Management, Environmental Management, and Welding Technology.