UDA students learn about their future paths

By Rob WhearyStaff Writer

ROB WHEARY/Staff Photo Upper Dauphin Area senior Cody Wilkinson gives his presentation on cattle ranching, a career he may be interested in, during UDA’s fifth annual Career Exploration Day. The program, presented on April 6 at Upper Dauphin Area High School, gave students to do research on a chosen career and present the facts to their fellow students in the classroom.

ELIZABETHVILLE – Students in the Upper Dauphin Area School District got a brief idea of their future and what career they want to pick as the high school held its annual Career Day on April 6.
Not only did more than 40 guest speakers come out to talk to the students about how any career they are looking for is handled, senior class members gave oral reports about several different careers.

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