Local students may be heading into the summer break in the next few weeks, but that isn’t slowing down their eagerness to learn.
Students at Seaman High School attended the career fair Wednesday. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors had the chance to learn from 50 speakers, including local politicians, animal control experts, and Topeka police.
It happens every other year and is organized entirely by students at the high school; giving them experience with event planning.
“It’s really exciting seeing the different people that have come and seeing the students get excited about it, and so I think that’s what I’ve been looking forward to the most,” Seaman High School senior Bailey Welch said.
KSNT’s Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller was one of the speakers at Seaman High School on Wednesday.