The 10th Annual Explore Engineering, Surveying, Forestry and Information Technology Dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 15, in the Umpqua Community College gymnasium, 1140 Umpqua College Road, Roseburg.

This free event will start with a career fair featuring more than 40 booths from industry employers followed by dinner and program presentations.

Students from area middle and high schools, plus adults interested in careers and educational pathways in engineering, surveying, forestry, computer science, information technology, natural resources, water quality operations, and related fields are invited to attend.

In addition to industry professionals, representatives from the engineering, surveying, forestry and computer programs from UCC, Oregon State University, Oregon Institute of Technology, and Portland State University will be on-hand to answer education and training questions and discuss their respective programs.

Participants are encouraged to register early. UCC expects the headcount to exceed the 300 that attended last year. Visit umpqua.edu/explore-event or call (541) 440-4605. Registration will be accepted at the door.

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Education and Arts and Entertainment Reporter

Vera Westbrook is the education, nonprofits, and arts and entertainment reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at 541-957-4216 or by email at vwestbrook@nrtoday.com.

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just me
just me

ditch diggers and breakfast challengers

Mogie
Mogie

I think Vera is deleting comments she doesn't like again.

Mogie
Mogie

Are both the dinner and the career fair free?

Mogie
Mogie

Vera doesn't usually respond to comments. :(

Mogie
Mogie

Vera what does the last sentence of your article mean? It reads "Registration will be accepted at the door." From the sounds of the article people should preregister. Does this mean that the folks who are putting this on will register people at the door?

Sound8
Sound8

Mogie I am going to buy you a dictionary as yes, that is exactly what it means.

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