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Al Misiaszek and Morgan Mattingly, left, and Eric Dowdle and Jenna Van Stelle, right, run through mock-interviews during a career fair at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy last week. Juniors and seniors spent about 10 minutes interviewing and getting evaluated during the career fair.
Seventh-grader Ryder Wollard talks to Standard Microsystems Corporation Engineer Scott McLeod during the career fair at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy on Feb. 10.
Lynette Rasco, who is a freelance make-up artist, works at a cosmetology booth and demonstrates her career with Pusch Ridge eight-grader Lauren Neureiter.
More than 470 Pusch Ridge students and other area students participated in a career fair with more than 60 career booths at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy last Friday.
Tortolita Middle School held a career fair on Feb. 9 where Jay Smith, a professional dog trainer, used a Border collie mix dog named Gabriel. Students Patrick Gilmore, right, and Jake Darrow, second from left, use a training clicker to demonstrate how a dog learns through positive reinforcement.
Local songwriter Michael “Mick” Beaman talks to a group of students at Tortolita Middle School on Feb. 9 during a career fair.
Students at Tortolita Middle School listen to Pima Regional SWAT Team members talk about their profession during a career day last week.
Local dog trainer Jay Smith piles M&Ms as rewards for students as Zach Everson, right, uses a dog clicker to get Austin Wagoner, left, to perform a simple task through positive reinforcement.