Career Presenters Engage with Students
Students learn how their competencies and dispositions place them on the path to career success from professionals who share the skills and abilities critical to their roles. Programming spans a wide array of industries and highlights positions ranging from entry level, to those requiring limited technical and post-secondary education, to upper level roles that require extensive training and/or academic studies. These connections provide valuable insight into the best return on investment from the variety of paths into the position.
Stand Alone Presentations
Connecting in a classroom, through a Lunch and Learn, or a Career Pathway presentation, professionals share what a day on the job entails, a window into the work environment, industry outlooks, and pathways into the career. These events are typically in person and run from 30 to 60 minutes in duration. Student attendance can range from five to 25 students. These events may occur at the elementary, middle, or high school level. The guidelines and webinar below provide parameters and outline expectations.
In this setting, professionals serve as speakers in individual rooms as part of a larger, one day event with a series of presenters across a given time span. This program follows the same format as a stand alone presentation and is usually a series of 40 minute segments. Speakers may be asked to serve in a single or multiple sequential segments, career demand dependent, with typical attendance of 20 students per segment. These events may occur at the elementary, middle, or high school level. The guidelines and webinar below provide parameters and outline expectations.
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