Walton County School District was represented today at NWFSC’s CareerFest. The purpose of CareerFest is to expose 11th and 12th grade WCSD students to the various careers that are available to them after graduation. There were representatives from the local community in the areas of Architecture & Construction, Agriculture, Food and Natural Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, Arts/Audio/Video Technology & Communications, Information Technology, Education and Training, Health Science & Human Services, Business Management & Administration, Finance, Manufacturing, Marking, Hospitality & Tourism, Law/Public Safety/Corrections & Security, Government and Public Administration. Mrs. Carlene Anderson was the guest speaker for the event. Walton County School District was represented by Donna Honish who provided students with information concerning Career and Technical Education Programs offered in their high school that could also award them post-secondary PSAV hours or college credits if certain requirements are met by the student. It was a very informative experience for all who attended.