Reverse career fair


Unlike typical career fairs you may have attended, business and industry are the "customer." Career Fair in Reverse is an opportunity for industries to explore the many Career and Technology Education Programs (CTE) offered by Midlands area school districts. Here, you can explore which educational program may be beneficial to your company's workforce needs.

Midlands Reverse Career Fair will showcase more than 30 CTE programs that prepare students for careers in automotive, manufacturing, construction, STEM and other industrial technologies. Students will showcase some of their district's signature programs through student demonstrations, hands-on activities, discussion, and sharing of information on curriculum and credentials earned.

Check out this video from Richland School District Two's Institute of Innovation for a sneak peak of what you will see throughout this site!

R2 CTE Overview FINAL H.264.mp4

Come and Explore...

Learn how schools are preparing students for tomorrow's workplace here.

About MEBA

Midlands Education and Business Alliance (MEBA) is a dynamic organization with an eye on the future.

MEBA impacts the Midlands workforce by connecting educators with businesses to create programs that align curriculum with work skills needed today and tomorrow.

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Midlands District CTE Contacts


  • Dr. G. Cleve Pilot, Director of Career and Technology Education of Fairfield School District


Richland One

  • Chris Dinkins, Director of Career and Technical Education


Richland Two

  • Jenniferr Cain, Director of College & Career Initiatives

(803) 738-3276

Lexington One

  • Bryce Myers, Director of Lexington Technology Center


Lexington Two

  • Joni Coleman, Director of Lexington Two Innovation Center


Lexington Three

  • Kayla McBride, Coordinator of Career and Technical Education


Lexington Four

  • Tony Flowers, Director of Career and Technical Education

(803)490-7000 x 34013

Lexington/Richland Five

  • David Prigge, Sr., Director of Career and Technical Education


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  • Dywanna Washington, Assistant Principal and CTE Director

(803) 896-4062