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Okaloosa School District announces fourth annual ‘College and Career Fair’

Fort Walton Beach, Florida – The Okaloosa County School District and the Okaloosa Public Schools Foundation are putting on their fourth annual College and Career Fair on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. The goal is to help students find successful paths after high school. This important event is meant to open doors for juniors and seniors from Choctawhatchee, Fort Walton Beach, and Niceville high schools by giving them important information about jobs, college, and military service after graduation.

The fair will be held at Beachside Community Church, 200 Racetrack Rd. NW, Fort Walton Beach. There will be two separate sessions so that students from different schools can attend. Breakfast is served during the morning session, which runs from 8 am to 10 am and is only for students from Fort Walton Beach and Niceville.

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After that, school for Choctawhatchee students will be separate from other students from 11 am to 1 pm, and lunch will be served during that time. This organized schedule makes it clear that the fair is different from its previous “drop-in style” format, and it encourages students to participate fully throughout their session.

Registration is required to attend, so that each student has a personalized and focused experience. Schools have put up links to registration pages, which makes the process easier for people who want to take part. Not only does the fair teach students, but it also gives them a chance to win prizes and gift cards, which makes the day more fun.

Also, students from Baker School, Crestview High School, and Laurel Hill School are welcome to go to the “Choose the View” Student Job Fair at the gym at Crestview High School. The event, which runs from 9 a.m. to noon, provides similar chances for students from these schools, making sure that the whole district is covered.

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The College and Career Fair is a big investment in the future of Okaloosa’s young people because it gives them the tools and information, they need to make smart choices about what they want to do after high school. The district and foundation are going above and beyond to make sure that everyone who comes has a great time. There will be breakfast, lunch, and the chance to win prizes. Students are reminded that they need to arrange their own transportation and sign up ahead of time to take advantage of this great chance.

Choctawhatchee’s Registration Form

Fort Walton Beach’s Registration Form

Niceville’s Registration Form

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