Don't know how to get exposure to careers you might be interested in?
Experience Career Connections and Transform Your Passion Into Action with
Job Shadow Projects
Problem: Both high school and college students are facing challenges identifying meaningful career paths because of limited career exploration opportunities.
Solution: Our Job Shadow Projects offers students unique work-based opportunities that provides onsite observations in real time and interactive learning. By gaining more career insight, students can investigate how organizations run and ascertain if the job in mind is a right fit for them.
Each One Teach One is a project-based learning (PBL) course for high school students as a beginner's course taught by real world professionals and mentors to attract and develop a more diverse and inclusive talent pool.
a semester course for high school students to work alongside real working professionals for 5 all-day sessions
Breakdown all of the roles and responsibilities
Presented with a real world problem to solve for Gen Z peer demographic
Craft a pitch to solve a real world problems (Gen Z voting + My Vote, My Voice)
Strengthening the Relationship Between Education & Passion -
Our specialists work with students to:
Evaluate personal strengths for a career
Develop a career interest action plan
Provide 1-3 day job shadow experience in interested career fields in your regional area
Potential Employment (paid college internship, paid employment while in college)