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Kentucky Wesleyan students prepare for the future

OWENSBORO, KY (WFIE) -

Two career development events are taking place today to help students prepare for life after graduation, which isn't far away.

Later today, some Kentucky Wesleyan College juniors and seniors will get to sharpen skills that will come in handy for them over the next few months.

At noon, this month's Lunch and Learn series will take place.

These talks are focused on several career topics and students are also able to network.

Today's covers leadership and how students can take control and become involved.

They'll learn about community involvement and how they can make a difference by supporting a cause.

Later tonight, a speed mock interview and networking event will be held.

Participants will get to sit down with professionals for several five-minute interviews to practice their skills.

After that, students will get to network with members of their chosen career fields as they prepare to enter the workforce themselves later this year.

Similar events will be held several more times this spring.

To find out more, click here.

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