Students at Johnson High School are getting a glimpse into their future.
On Wednesday, the Junior Achievement partnered with the school for a job fair. Fourteen companies came into classrooms to interact and talk with students about careers.
Organizers said getting students excited about the future is what's important.
"Seeing them get excited about what's going to happen - down the road they are going to graduate from high school and then what. Maybe they are going to a university - maybe they are going to a technical school but it's exciting to see their energy toward the future," said Jen Singeisen, director of programs at Junior Achievement.
The companies visited more than 40 classrooms - speaking to more than 500 students.
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