Career Day has become an annual tradition at Milton-Union High School. This year, on May 1st, students will spend the entire morning exploring their interests and passions. Career Day provides students with a dynamic and tangible experience that facilitates a connection between their academic pursuits and professional endeavors in the future. Additionally, Career Day provides a platform to develop meaningful and personal connections between our students, alumni, parents and community. Career Day is an invaluable process that helps students better understand themselves, their community, and the world around them. It is obvious that when high school students have a clear understanding of the best career path for them, the end result is better planning, more post-secondary enrollments, and a more productive society for the future. If you are interested in hosting a session or setting up a table for your college or business, please contact Taiya Woodall by phone or email no later than April 10th.