KSL Meteorologist Lynae Miyer talks with a group of junior high students about how she ended up working in a non-traditional career.
Junior High girls from both Carbon and Emery County got a chance to be a pharmacist, an accountant, a farmer, an optomistrist and many others all in one day. The students were bused to the Carbon School District building for the Non-Traditional Career Fair on Thursday.
Students were split into groups that went from station to station learning about 21 non-traditional careers including what it takes to get into a certain career and the positives that come along with each career. The keynote speaker for the fair was Lynae Miyer, a meteorologist from KSL.