Students at Texans Can Academy - Garland learn about different post-graduation options at the Spring Career and College Fair.
High school students at Texans Can Academy - Garland recently took one more step toward planning their paths after graduation. The Garland campus recently hosted its Spring Career and College Fair, introducing every student to different options available to them after they receive their diploma.
The Spring Career and College Fair, held in the school’s gymnasium, gave students the opportunity to speak with representatives from colleges, a variety of local businesses looking for talented individuals and the armed forces. Students learned about different career paths and the opportunities offered by each business organization. Participating colleges also provided information about furthering their education through various college programs, tuition, financial aid, extracurricular activities and the college application process.
Participants from 16 organizations attended the fair including A-MAX Auto Insurance, Institute for Building Technology and Safety, J Paul Roofing and Construction, Ogle School Dallas, Paul Mitchell, Per Scholas, Richland College, United States Army, University of North Texas at Dallas, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas and more. The Spring Career and College Fair is held to educate students on the variety of options available to them after graduation and help them plan for the next steps in their lives after they walk across the stage to receive their graduation diploma.
Texans Can Academies is dedicated to graduating thinkers and committed to ensuring students have all the information and tools needed for a successful college or career path after graduation. The organization offers students, aged 14-21, a second chance at earning their high school diploma instead of a General Education Development (GED). For more information, please visit www.texanscan.org.