Polk County Middle School held its annual Career Day for eighth graders on Feb. 21. Students had an opportunity to speak with presenters from a variety of colleges and careers.  Dr. Gina Barros from Well Being Chiropractic Center talked to the students about careers in chiropractics. In the photo, Dr. Barros tests Courtney Jones’ strength while Bailey Livesay, Ben Gordan and Drekaye Jackson-Greene wait their turn. (photo submitted by Carlann Scherping)
Polk County Middle School held its annual Career Day for eighth graders on Feb. 21. Students had an opportunity to speak with presenters from a variety of colleges and careers.
Dr. Gina Barros from Well Being Chiropractic Center talked to the students about careers in chiropractics. In the photo, Dr. Barros tests Courtney Jones’ strength while Bailey Livesay, Ben Gordan and Drekaye Jackson-Greene wait their turn. (photo submitted by Carlann Scherping)

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Career Day brings professionals, students together

Published 10:31am Friday, March 1, 2013

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