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LOWNDES COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) — New Hope High School students get career guidance straight from the source. The school hosted its second annual career fair today, giving the school’s 800 9th through 12 graders a chance to talk first hand with people in a variety of professions. Everyone from doctors and lawyers to television news crews from 50 Lowndes County businesses offered students tips on education requirements, job skills and other factors that could help them start planning career moves now.

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