Jerika Bledsoe said that the SP Career Day coincided with “Fashion Disaster Day” and the culmination of SPROTC Spirit Week. She posed in her “Fashion Disaster” with a friend, Alicia McGray.
Madison Jacobs put this photo online real time at the job fair at South Panola High School.
Students Dominique Hamilton and Latrice Henderson visited Panola County Sheriff Otis Griffin and Deputy Michael Downs at the career fair.
Henderson and Hamilton (from right) then visited the display of General Electric Aviation where representatives of the Batesville facility (from left) Plant Administrator Carolyn Williams, Antroine Townes and Cody Hardin told them about job opportunities.
First Security Bank representative Tracy Goforth (center) was joined briefly during the career fair by her daughter, Marlee (left). Jere Herrington of Northwest Community College (right) talked about opportunites in higher education with SP students.
Senior DeAndre Adams stopped and asked about career opportunities at the Batesville Fire Department. BFD representatives (from left) Nancy House and Dexter Chapman answered his questions.
SP students (from right) Samantha Harper, Shelby Patterson and Brittany Dupree visited Baptist Home Health and Hospice representative Melissa Sullivant (left.
South Panola High School is sponsoring a career fair for juniors and seniors on Friday morning.
“I think it’s between 25 and 30 people here,” said senior Jerika Bledsoe.
The career fair coincided with ROTC spirit week and Friday’s theme was “Fashion Disaster Day,” Bledsoe said.