More than 80 middle school students visit KCC for Nontraditional Fair

Female Union City Middle School students listen to KCC CAD professor Randy Kopf talk about the program in the hall outside the KCC CAD Lab during the College's Nontraditional Fair on Friday, March 6.

Kellogg Community College’s annual Nontraditional Fair drew more than 80 Union City Middle School students to the College’s North Avenue campus Friday to learn about nontraditional career paths.

As part of the event, the students are split into all-male and all-female groups to learn about careers traditionally held by the opposite sex. KCC programs covered Friday included various manufacturing and Industrial Trades programs based at the College’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center; Emergency Medical Services and other health programs; Graphic Design; Criminal Justice; Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CAD); and more.

Twenty-four photos of female students checking out KCC’s Graphic Design and CAD labs and the College’s Criminal Justice Program are available on KCC’s Facebook page in our Nontraditional Fair photo gallery.

For more information about the event, contact the KCC Admissions office at or 269-965-4153.