Area businesses support Walla Walla High School College and Career Fair


Last week several Walla Walla Valley businesses and agencies participated in the Walla Walla High School Career and College Fair. These community leaders interacted with students to explain their business and discuss pathways for becoming a business owner. 

College and Career Coordinator Katharine Curles organized the event. She says it’s important to link students with more business and industry leaders. This provides opportunities for students to make connections as they transition from high school to their future plans, including the military, industry, apprenticeships and college.

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