The first career day at Columbus Career and College Academy on April 1 brought 42 representatives from 28 careers to the school housed on the campus of Southeastern Community College. Approximately 150 students attended, said Tabatha Worthington, special populations coordinator for Columbus County Schools and career development coordinator for CCCA.
Students visited and asked
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