Columbia County Career & College Expo

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The Columbia County Chamber Foundation and the Columbia County School System are partnering to host the Columbia County Career and College Expo on March 12, 2019 at the Columbia County Exhibition Center.

The purpose of the event is to expose parents and students to career opportunities for the future. The initiative will align the educational, technical, and trade sectors with the businesses showing parents and students the pathways to obtain a future quality career. Each company will list the main careers needed for the future and include the education, skills, or certificates need to be employed by their company. The company will also list the benefits and salary ranges expected to be paid for each type of position. The goal is to show a true path from high school to a future career, whether that includes a four year university, a technical college or trade school, or directly going into the workforce, it’s a road to a future career.


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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. (For Education & Business Vendors only)

Education & Business Collaboration Meeting (with snack dinner)

5:00 to 8:00 p.m. (Open to the public - registration at the door)

Expo For Middle School & High School Students & Parents


Columbia County Exhibition Center

212 Partnership Drive

Grovetown, GA 3813

*Free Admission for area middle and high school students and parents.  Registration will be held at the door.



Holiday Inn

Holiday Inn Express and Suites


Registration Information

Sponsored By:

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As the 16th largest district in the state, the Columbia County School District is home to a growing community of 32 schools with more than 27,000 diverse student learners.

In 2017-18 alone, the Columbia County School District handed out more than 1,200 diplomas during commencements, where approximately 500 of those students graduated with academic honors and accrued more than $5 million in scholarships.

According to the latest College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) data, out of the top 20 largest school districts in the state, the Columbia County School District ranks 6th overall, 4th in Elementary CCRPI, 6th in Middle School CCRPI, and 3rd in High School CCRPI. The Columbia County School District also ranks 5th in ACT and SAT scores among the top 20 largest school districts in the state.