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ROSEMOUNT, Minn. – The School of Environmental Studies (SES) will host its annual Environmental College and Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 13, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Representatives from approximately 30 colleges and universities will be on hand to provide guidance on educational opportunities and careers related to the environment. The event is open to any interested students and their parents.

SES is a 400-student optional high school for juniors and seniors that offers hands-on learning with an environmental theme. SES is located in Independent School District 196 on the grounds of the Minnesota Zoo at 12155 Johnny Cake Ridge Rd., in Apple Valley.

For more information about SES or the Environmental College and Career Fair, contact Nathan Nelson at 952-431-8750 or nathan.nelson@district196.org.

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