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The Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) was bustling with energy and activity on Friday, October 11, as nearly 450 students participated in the annual college and career partners day. Students were able to visit various representatives and speak directly about college programs, career pathways, scholarships, financial aid, residential housing, and college student life in general. “We are pleased to provide this opportunity for our students as they learn how to communicate with professionals and learn what types of questions to ask, preparing them for career and college success,” remarked Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal.

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