Career fair set for WGSS

Many high school students struggle with making a career decision and therefore have trouble making post-secondary decisions as they transition after Grade 12.

Tony Botelho , the careers director at Simon Fraser University, helps students and parents navigate this process. He has a unique perspective on career decision-making, based on his data while working with students attending university.

Botelho is informative with some great ideas to get students thinking and acting about making career decisions. Not only will this event be informative but the presentations are always entertaining and humorous.

The event will be held April 9 at 7 p.m. at Walnut Grove Secondary (8919 Walnut Grove Dr.) and is open to all Grade 10, 11 and 12 students in Langley and their parents.

The event is free but registration is needed to attend.

To register, visit and click on the career seminar link.

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