Posted: Oct 15, 2013 11:52 AM by Katherine Worsham, KSBY News
Santa Maria High School students are exploring possibilities for their futures Tuesday. The school is holding its fourth annual Career/College Fair.
Seventy businesses are taking part, including Melfred Borzall Drilling and Welding, InDyne, Wells Fargo, and JDX Pharmacy. School officials say there will also be welders, pipe fitters, carpenters, finance experts, a physical therapist, retail owners and public service professionals from law enforcement, social services and the district attorney's office.
1,600 students are expected to attend.
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