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F.P. Walshe hosts Career Day

Julian Black Antelope is keynote speaker at the F.P. Walshe school Career Day on Feb. 8.

Students looking for education and employment options after high school will find resources and inspiration at the F.P. Walshe school Career Day on Friday, Feb. 8.
With 15 employer trade fair booths, 28 presentations, and keynote speaker Julian Black Antelope, students in Grades 9-12 will explore education and employment options.
Focusing on engaging students in employment decision-making, Career Day is designed to help students create a connection between education and careers.
About 200 students will attend the event for a chance to talk with local employers, and learn about education, work experience and apprentice programs available to them.
Keynote speaker and F.P. Walshe alumnus Julian Black Antelope will share his story of recognizing and embracing turning points, successfully overcoming challenges, and looking for possibilities in life.
Black Antelope is a self-trained Canadian actor of First Nations, Central American and Irish descent who has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award and has worked with First Nations icon Graham Greene.
Career Day is from 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at F.P. Walshe school.

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