OPTIONS: Principal Guy Wright at Woolgoolga High School Careers Day with Carmel Debreuil, Elaine Jefford and Megan Hart.
OPTIONS: Principal Guy Wright at Woolgoolga High School Careers Day with Carmel Debreuil, Elaine Jefford and Megan Hart. Trevor Veale

Woolgoolga Careers Day a Great Success

MORE than 160 Woolgoolga High School students and 60 Coffs Harbour High School students attended a Youth Careers Day on Wednesday.

The event, hosted by Woolgoolga High School, allowed students to hear from presenters from a range of industries and learn about the different career options available to them.

A seemingly endless number of careers were represented, with architects, bakers, detectives, pilots and zoologists among the many occupations presented on the day.

Woolgoolga High School principal Guy Wright said meeting with local professionals allowed children to gain an insight into different fields.

"I have been most grateful for the enthusiastic support that employers have given to this unique careers program of the last several years," he said.

"I am grateful to all the employers on the Coffs Coast who are asked to be involved in this program for making people available to provide valuable guidance to our students."



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