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Recruiters pitch postsecondary paths

Four schools brought their students to the show to learn about college, technical, trade, apprenticeship, internship and military options.

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John Burcaw with the Finishing Trades Institute of the Upper Midwest guides student Dashell Martin through a virtual aerial lift simulation during the postsecondary fair Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021 at Park Rapids High School, while Malik Johnson watches. Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise
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The postsecondary fair Wednesday, Nov. 10 in the Park Rapids Area High School gym brought in 50 exhibitors and approximately 500 students.

According to community career collaboration coordinator Krystal Murphy, students from Sebeka, Walker-Hackensack-Akeley, Nevis and Park Rapids walked through at separate times, while the PRAHS hospitality class provided refreshments.

Exhibitors included colleges, universities, tech schools, trade schools, apprenticeship and internship programs and military recruiters from all over Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Dakotas, Murphy said.

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Robin Fish is a staff reporter at the Park Rapids Enterprise. Contact him at rfish@parkrapidsenterprise.com or 218-252-3053.
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