More than 100 students from throughout North East Victoria gathered in Seymour last week.CHALPAT SONTI July 30, 2014 3:18am
Seymour College and St Mary's College students take part in the "careers photo" workshop as part of the annual Cultural Careers Day expo in Seymour last week.
About 100 secondary school students from the north east converged on Seymour last week for the annual Cultural Careers Day.
The event was for Indigenous students but they were invited to bring a non-Indigenous friend to share cultural experiences in the spirit of reconciliation.
The annual Hume region event brought students together for hands-on workshops linked to their Indigenous culture and future pathways with career and various industry professionals.
And they had plenty of interesting and stimulating things to see and do at Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre.
There were traditional games, football with the AFL’s Jason Mifsud, careers workshops and a presentation from the Australian Defence Force among other things.
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