More than 60 potential career options will be on offer for the wider Border community on Wednesday night.
The annual Albury-Wodonga Tertiary Career Evening will host university and TAFE representatives from across the country as well as employment options, work traineeships, apprenticeships and volunteer programs.
Albury-Wodonga Career Advisers Association president Dian Madden said it isn't just for school students and their parents.
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"We are inviting people who are looking to upskill, who have been out of school a few years or are looking for a new career to utilise this opportunity," she said.
"Generally people are blown away with what is on offer and the opportunity to speak to industry professionals in all fields."
The event is on from 6pm to 7.45pm at the Albury Entertainment Centre.
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