Hundreds of Elementary and Middle School Students Attend Mini Program Fair at OFTC

Over 800 local elementary and middle school students attended a mini-program fair held at Oconee Fall Line Technical College where they were introduced to potential career opportunities like Criminal Justice, Cosmetology, Emergency Medical Services, Commercial Truck Driving and others, Thursday, February 17.

The students went from one program’s station to the next where they listened to instructors and current students talk of the skills learned in the program, interacted with program specific demonstrations, and learned of future employment opportunities available with an education in the particular program area.

Attending schools were: Bleckley Middle School, Dublin Middle School, East Laurens Middle School and Hillcrest Elementary.

OFTC Criminal Justice Technology Instructor, Kevin Corbin, demonstrates different steps taken by someone who works in the criminal justice field at a crime scene investigation.

OFTC Criminal Justice Technology Instructor, Kevin Corbin, demonstrates different steps taken by someone who works in the criminal justice field at a crime scene investigation.

Students who attended OFTC's Mini Program Fair had the opportunity to interact with different college programs, including Commercial Truck Driving where they had the option to tour the inside cab of an 18-wheeler truck.

Students who attended OFTC’s Mini Program Fair had the opportunity to interact with different college programs, including Commercial Truck Driving where they had the option to tour the inside cab of an 18-wheeler truck.

Current OFTC Machine Tool students helped present the Machine Tool Program to the students who attended the Mini Program Fair.

Current OFTC Machine Tool students helped present the Machine Tool Program to the students who attended the Mini Program Fair.