BANGOR - Young adults got some help with career and job exploration at Eastern Maine Community College.
Over a hundred students and job seekers attended EPIC Maine which stands for exploring pathways to industries and careers.
The day started with speeches from a few Maine leaders about how they got to where they are today.
After speeches those in attendance filed through the hallways of various buildings on campus getting hands on experience from professionals that actually do the jobs their interested in.
“I want them to understand their job and career goal is possible, it's absolutely possible, they can do what they really want to do. Follow their dream and tell the truth to themselves," said Executive Director of the Tri-County Workforce Investment Board, Joanna Russell.
This is the first EPIC Maine held with organizers hoping to spread into northern Maine in the future.
Bryan joined the news team in February of 2014. You can catch him weekday mornings on WVII ABC 7's Good Morning Maine at 6:30am and WFVX FOX 22's 7am News Hour. Bryan has held an interest in news since he was a child, often sitting in front of a video camera reading the newspaper.
Bryan is an Indiana native, and yes, an Indianapolis Colts fan. Also a graduate of Ball State University, Bryan holds a degree in Telecommunications and Journalism. He also has a passion for weather, and holds a minor in meteorology and climatology.
When not at the station, you will most likely find Bryan hiking, skiing, snow climbing and also enjoying the beach in the summer. He plans to enjoy everything Maine has to offer.