On Saturday, July 15, the Bevill State Community College Career Pathways Academy held an exhibition showcasing the Robotics Camp that was held during the previous week. Following the Robotics Camp Exhibition, there was a signing ceremony for the incoming scholarship recipients for the new class of the Career Pathways Academy program. Scholarship participants shown from left to right in the signing photos are Bella Gibson (Hackleburg High School – Hamilton Campus), Yahir Hernandez (Jasper High School – Sumiton Campus), Nate Hicks (Hamilton High School – Hamilton Campus), Coltin Kilpatrick (Cordova High School – Sumiton Campus), Kaleigh Medders (Hubbertville High School – Fayette Campus), and Jacob Thrall (Curry High School – Sumiton Campus).
The BSCC Career Pathways Academy exposes high school students to job training for industry settings through an innovative career academy approach, including dual enrollment coursework at Bevill State. This class includes students from Fayette, Marion, and Walker counties. These rising juniors will encounter new career pathways and industry opportunities through exposure to career fairs, exploration camps, and industry-relevant training.
To learn more about the Career Pathways Academy visit https://www.bscc.edu/students/high-school-students/bscc-career-pathways-academy.