March 8, 2007
High school sophomores throughout Central Virginia got a little push to make something of themselves from real professionals on Thursday.
Piedmont Virginia Community College held its 10th Grade Career Day.
High school students from several counties were able to learn the inner workings of several jobs available to them after going to college.
One student interested in broadcasting said the career day proved to him what he already knew.
"I pretty much learned all this, and this was just furthering my knowledge in backing it up, and making sure it is right. I was making sure that everything I learned is happening in the field," said Monticello High School 10th-grader Evan Scheible.
Some of our colleagues, both on-camera and behind the scenes from the Charlottesville Newsplex were on-hand to share their experiences with the students.
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