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Lake Technical College hosting Career TechXpo open house

Lake Technical College invites you to attend the Career TechXpo open house event on Monday, April 3, at the Eustis Campus or on Monday, April 10 at the Institute of Public Safety in Tavares. Hours will be 4 to 6 p.m.

Lake Tech offers over 30 career and technical programs that will prepare students for a successful “Career in a Year!” During the TechXpo, you will be able to meet industry experts, tour in-demand programs, interact with current Lake Tech students, engage with hands-on activities, and get your questions answered.

“TechXpo is a great opportunity for the community to explore the various CTE opportunities Lake Tech has to offer. It is a great way to speak directly with program faculty who can answer any questions regarding program requirements. It is much more beneficial to see the program offerings in the classroom setting and tour the facilities and see the equipment.  Many potential students are not always aware of what career opportunities are out there for them, and this showcase can help a student make a decision that can change their future and provide them gainful experience that will provide job stability in the future. Come experience the program in action rather than read about a program online,” Pharmacy Instructor Candace Chaklos said

Admissions, Financial Aid, and Business Office team members will be onsite to guide you in the application and enrollment process. Also, available only to attendees on the night of TechXpo is the chance to be awarded a $500 scholarship.

Career TechXpo is free but registration is recommended through Eventbrite or at www.laketech.org.

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