BRASHEAR, Mo. — Some northeast Missouri youngsters got a glimpse at possible future careers at a special event on Thursday afternoon.
Third, fourth and fifth graders at Adair County R-2 Schools in Brashear, Missouri, took part in an experience called V.O.I.C.E., which stands for Vocational Opportunities Inspiring Children in Elementary.
The students made the rounds to different presenters who shared with them about their jobs.
Those included a paramedic, a conservation agent, a 911 dispatcher, an economic development professional and an auto body business representative.
KTVO was also represented by Melissa Billington, accounting and human resources assistant, and KTVO News at 6 Anchor John Garlock, who both shared about all the career possibilities at a TV station.
The event was put on by Community Action Partnership of Northeast Missouri.