Last week’s Career Fair at Frontier STEM High School

Friday, January 26, Frontier STEM High School hosted its 4th Annual Career Fair for students from 8th through 12th grade.

Approximately 400 students had an opportunity to meet with employers from 30 organizations, including the Kansas City Police Department the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Children’s Mercy Hospital, and many more.

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