by Lisa Tome
Neckties in place, resumés in hand, and smiles on their faces, students from Cecil's School of Technology met with potential employers last Thursday morning.
By later that afternoon, at least one student had landed a job interview.
The school's 10th annual job fair, which brought 73 companies, organizations, and military representatives to the school, is designed to help students learn about the job interview process. It's also a place for them to find employment.
It wasn't really homecoming at Cecil's School of Technology last week.
It just seemed like it.
Former students flocked to the school for the ninth annual Job Fair. And they weren't there looking for employment. They were hoping to hire students currently enrolled.