NFC Connections Summer 2020 - Page 11

“The Career Fair gave me the chance to ask questions and get information from potential future employers. It was impressive to see how many job opportunities are available. “ Emery Wilkerson NFC High School Dual Enrollment Student many job opportunities are available.” This year, 12 universities and 18 area employers and businesses participated in the fair. “The NFC Career and Transfer Fair is an excellent opportunity to connect with students across our area,” said Tri-County Electric Cooperative Community Relations Director Kaitlyn Culpepper. “Getting to talk with them one on one about not only the opportunities available to them at the co-op but also about what they are looking for in a future career or employer is invaluable.” NFC Career and Transfer Fair at the Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center gymnasium. High school student Dawson Herring, far right, stops by the Tri-County Electric Cooperative table at NFC on Jan. 14 to talk with Tri-County Electric representatives, left to right, Jason Hughey, Apparatus Technician; Kaitlynn Culpepper, Community Relations Director; and Antonio Richardson, System Engineer. Tri-County Electric was one of 18 area employers and businesses participating in the Career and Transfer Fair. SUMMER 2020 | CONNECTIONS MAGAZINE 9