“Career Expo was open to the entire community free of charge,” said CTE director Marley Morris. “This is an excellent way for students, particularly those in middle school, to see what is available as they plan out their course of study for high school.”
Competitions and demonstrations included: CO2 car race,
bridge design contest, wood lathe demonstrations and try- its, CNC machines,
early childhood, FFA, jig saw, JROTC, auto body, pre-engineering, auto tech,
cosmetology, health science, robotics, computer maintenance, welding, HOSA,
business & computer tech, animation, graphics design, criminal justice,
culinary arts, Clover Kids rabbit exhibit, marketing dynamics, audio/video production,
hospitality and tourism, pharmacy tech, emergency response teams, and much
more! Be sure to catch the Career Expo next year.
For more information about Career and Technical Education in Humble ISD click HERE.