Launceston College students were given a glimpse into what their futures might hold at a careers expo on Tuesday.
Careers team member Alana Jane said the day was all about supporting the school's students in making important decisions about their life after college.
"We've [Launceston College] brought together a whole range of further education and training institutions as well as some employment service providers and industry representatives to engage with young people... talk to them about their options and also invite their parents or guardians to be part of that conversation," she said.
Ms Jane said the expo was "super important" and that students younger than year 12 should also be considering what their future may look like.
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"We want our students to make really good decisions about what their pathways are after college," she said.
For year 12 student Polly Grove the expo was a chance to learn more about following her goal of studying education and becoming a teacher.
"They're [careers expos] so important, going into life after year 12 is so daunting - there's so much that you can think of possibly doing so here it's nice to talk to people who are in the field," she said.
Mr Jane added It was really important to present a diversity of options because for students beyond university as well as giving them the confidence to change their minds down the road.
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