'On, Friday, Nov. 8, Hazard Community and Technical College staff members hosted the organization’s annual Rotary Day for high school juniors of the region to learn about potential careers. HCTC’s Public Relations Director Evelyn Wood said that approximately 400 students from Buckhorn High School, Hazard High School, Letcher County Central High School, Leslie County High School and Knott County Central High School participated in the event. HCTC faculty members had multiple stations and tables set up in the First Federal Center and provided students with information and hands-on activities so the students could learn about the different careers available such as jobs involving welding, the medical field, drones and more.“We appreciate this chance for high school juniors to learn about potential careers. We appreciate the faculty and staff for talking with students about their career options,” said Wood. “Many don’t know what route they will take for their future. This day provides a chance for them to see what’s available to them.”