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Billings Career Center Open House

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BILLINGS - Career Readiness: In between prom, sporting events, and assemblies, getting the right education and training is essential to prepare yourself for the inevitable: graduation.

The Billings Career Center is hosting an open house for the community to come in and see what classes and training are available for the high school students who choose to attend the Career Center full or part - time

Classes range from automotive courses, early childhood education courses, and graphic design courses using industry level programs.

Sienna Jensen and Collin Ickes are two students who were a bit skeptical about the Career Center, but after attending for this past school year, both are thinking about going to the Career Center full-time for their final year of high school.

Instructors teach their classes like college courses, because they met five days a week, two hours a day. Kevin Scharfe says he hold his students to a much higher level because of the training and education they are receiving in his classroom.

The Billings Career Center Open House will be held Tuesday, April 29th, from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM and everyone is welcome to attend.
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