Bassett Unified Students Explore Career Pathways, Connect with Professionals

LA PUENTE – Bassett Adult School and High School Diploma Program student Sandra Lopez
spoke to representatives from Mt. San Antonio College and Rio Hondo College, just two out of
40 vendors who attended the third annual career fair Wednesday, May 1.
“It’s exciting to think about what is possible, what could be my future,” Lopez said. “The career
fair gave me a lot of information, a lot to think about, and I am excited.”
Refreshments were served to vendors and guests.
Bassett Adult School principal Albert Michel says that he wants to host two career fairs a year
instead of just one.
“The career fair is that extra push,” said Michel. “Our students can connect with college
representatives, with professionals that can offer internships as well as full-time paid
positions—it is an important event for our community.”
05-01-19_BASSETT_FAIR_1: Bassett Adult School students met with over 40 vendors representing local college programs as well as community-based job opportunities with the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Southern California Office Technologies and so many others during the third annual career fair Wednesday, May 1 at Bassett Adult School.
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