Students from all four grade levels at the High School of Applied Communication in Long Island City attended the second annual “College and Career Fair” this past October to gather essential information related to their future goals and aspirations. Lower left is Jonathan Bustamante listening attentively to a Brockport University representative. Top left, an official from John Jay College of Criminal Justice is ready to address a question from Justin Fernandez, who is browsing through a few pamphlets. A long row of students and representatives are conversing, above left, including Itzel Guerrero with a Pace University spokesperson. Jailene Pichardo, above right, is taking advantage of the event by discovering some of the opportunities available at Tompkins Cortland Community College. Teacher Mr. Worth, top right, gives a thumb’s up to the fair while speaking with a representative visiting from Oneonta University. A New York City Fire Department member, lower right, is informing Nelson Carchi on the application process.The college and career fair was organized by guidance counselors Ms. Tavarez and Ms. White-Hanson.

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