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More than 200 area students are expected to attend the STEP Technology Expo at EOU March 9.
LA GRANDE, Ore. March 2, 2017 – High school students interested in technology can get an inside look at the industry during the InterMountain Education Service District Technology Expo Thursday, March 9.
The event takes place on the Eastern Oregon University campus from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is free and open to students in grades eight through 12 attending schools in the education service district.
Representatives from regional companies are participating, along with many EOU faculty and staff.
“We’ll be sharing information about school-to-career opportunities in the technology field and also visiting with students about our own jobs,” said Jeff Carman, director of computing and telecommunications at EOU.
More than 200 students from regional high schools are planning to attend the expo. Their visit to EOU’s campus is an opportunity for the university to showcase its cutting-edge facilities and programs in science, technology and math.
The event is part of InterMountain ESD’s overall program called STEP – Student Technology Expanded Programs – funded by a grant from the Oregon Department of Education.
For more information visit www.imesd.k12.or.us/imesd-news/students-invited-technology-expo-march or contact Jeff Carman at 541-962-3293 or email@example.com.
Follow STEP on Twitter and Instagram @EOstepITup and #stepexpo17.
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