CATHOLIC College Bendigo students flocked to the school's careers night on Monday with the hope of gaining a little more insight into their future professions.
Among the 85 stalls were all manner of professionals - including paramedics, nurses, journalists, and army personnel - as well as tertiary education providers and apprenticeship centres.
CCB careers practitioner Ben Goode said the expo was one of the largest career nights in a Victorian school.
He said it was for students from years nine to 12 and helped them determine their career pathways.
"It's the beginning of their career exploration," he said.
"It's always well supported by the CCB parents and the community."