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Keysborough students took a glimpse into the world of work and study at an in-school expo.

Keysborough College’s Acacia campus hosted the event for students in Years 10 to 12 on Tuesday 19 June.

More than 800 students took the opportunity to gather information and resources from industry and tertiary representatives from major universities, local TAFE colleges, private colleges and registered training organisations.

They also heard keynote presentations from people working in a variety of careers or industries.

The event is part of the school’s pathways program, which aims to provide students with insight and direction for their futures.

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