Apollopalooza will showcase both the high school and adult education programs, celebrate Apollo's partnerships with local businesses, highlight Career Tech
Apollopalooza will showcase both the high school and adult education programs, celebrate Apollo’s partnerships with local businesses, highlight Career Tech opportunities, its students and instructors. The event is free and open to the public.
“Because Apollo is not a traditional high school or college, and because adults and high school students are being trained during the day and evening, Apollo is opening up the building, for the public to see and experience what Apollo students learn everyday,” said Dana Dukes-Norton, district communications manager. “This is an opportunity for the community, adult and high school students interested in enrolling, alumni, and current students, to see, explain, and showcase the value of having a training facility like Apollo in the Allen County area.”
Apollo instructors and students will showcase their skills to the public, but the public will also be able to learn through various, demonstrations, how-to sessions, and simulations provided by instructors and current students. Attendees will have the chance to win a three night, two-person stay in Chicago. Anyone 18 and over is eligible for the drawing (excluding Apollo staff and immediate family). In addition to the trip giveaway, other prizes have been donated for prospective high school and adult students to win.
(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Apollo Career Center
3325 Shawnee Rd, Lima