FORT WORTH, Texas - Fort Worth ISD gave its students the opportunity to help them chart their paths.
The school district on Wednesday gave some aspiring engineers and architects from across the district a chance to get a jump start on their futures.
High school senior Joel Rodriguez designed and created a school-themed box for protecting his class ring.
"Right now, I’m just taking the engineering class they are providing us. Last year, I took engineering essentials," he said.
Rodriguez is just one of many Fort Worth ISD upperclassmen getting a jump on their futures in architecture, engineering and construction.
From resumes to tips on how to prepare for interviews, several North Texas firms are providing the students with what to expect when seeking positions.
"In college, I would like to do more specific type of engineering, architectural engineering. But I am going to major in civil engineering and do a minor in architect," said senior Kennedy Ball.
Some have a game plan while others are testing the waters.
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