SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) - Some South Georgia high schoolers got to learn about various colleges and careers Friday.
Worth County High School held their annual college and career fair to educate students about the various paths they can take after high school.
"We're here to motivate the kids, to help them understand that whatever they want to do, they can do it. There are no limits to what they can do," said ASU military liaison Claven Williams.
"Our goal is to give our kids the information so they can make informed decisions about their future, whether they go into the workforce or a post-secondary institution," said principal Scott Chafin.
Various local and regional companies set up booths at the fair, which is open to juniors and seniors.