Some high school students in Peoria are hosting an event that could mean big rewards. This weekend several of them will participate in the Career Expo at Woodruff High School. Students in 10 different trades including culinary arts and auto repair will be able to show off their skills to the public.
"It's our big open house of the year. We have our crews in where the classic cars come in, our students have been working on modifying hoods", said Woodruff Career and Technical Center Principal Cindy Janovetz.
"We basically remake hoods, fix things, dents different parts of cars and we just try to help people if we can, like a customer of some sort," said Senior Autobody Student Koby Smith.
The Career Expo is this Saturday, at 3 pm. Woodruff Career and Technical Center is located at 1800 North East Perry Avenue. There is no cost, admission is free.