Some young students get an early start on career planning. Worth County Primary School hosted its third annual career day for first and second graders.
Workers from all sorts of professions gave presentations about their jobs inside and outside the school.
"The response is good, from the teacher and students, usually they do have a good time. They get to go out and actually see what they do and they get to ask the participants about their job and what they do," said Laura Bartley, WCPS Counselor.
WALB's Ryan Beesley talked to the students about what it's like to be a broadcast meteorologist. He says the most common question students asked was how tornadoes form.