Some young people are getting a jump start on their future.
Brock Elementary School held its second annual Career ReadyExpo Friday, giving students an opportunity to talk with professionals in thecommunity to ask questions about different careers of interest and hear whyeducation is important to their future success.
"We want kids to see all the different jobs," said StudentCouncil President Jamryah Garfield. "They might have a future in one of thesejobs. They might want to be a policeman, they might want to work for GeorgiaPower, they might want to work as a firearm."
Several local businesses and community organizations tookpart, including The City of Savannah, International Paper and Hudson's BarberShop.
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