Career options shared at Torrey Pines

Students learned more about all the career choices available to them at Torrey Pines High School’s Career Day, held on April 22. Among the professionals who attended the event were: KFMB Channel 8, Fox Channel 6 News, the Sheraton, a NCIS agent, U.S. Customs agents, attorneys, the U.S. Navy, the Job Corps, a Qualcomm engineer, a therapist, a firefighter, an author, an artist and others.

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  3. Abandoned vessel found on Torrey Pines State Beach
  4. 21 suspected illegal immigrants arrested over weekend
  5. 20 Mexican nationals arrested on Carlsbad beach

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