- Exploring Career Fields
- Life Skills
- US Department of Education Career Clusters
- Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
- Architecture & Construction
- Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
- Business Management & Administration
- Education & Training
- Government & Public Administration
- Health Science
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Human services
- Information Technology
- Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
- Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
Explorers will be introduced to a range of career opportunities within the automotive repair industry.
This session will present an overview of the project management discipline and will allow Explorers to participate in a project management case study.
An internship is an opportunity to learn more about a career while gaining meaningful on-the-job experience. Not only will you get an insider’s view of what it is like to work in the field, but you will also be in a position to make valuable connections and gain references for future work.
Participants take part in a mock interview and then discuss the questions and answers, and the message appearance sends to a prospective employer.
Participants will conduct a job search using a professional search website. Explorers will examine how their professional interests factor into the skills and qualities associated with jobs they may wish to pursue.
Having a resume is the first step toward getting a job. This session provides an introduction to writing a resume.
Engineers work to solve the difficult problems that face our society. Whether it’s building a bridge to cross a river, creating a new machine to manufacture cars, or fitting a huge amount of technology into a smartphone, an engineer’s work can leave a lasting impact on society.
A young person’s online presence can be a professional strength or a disaster that may be difficult to overcome. This session examines how the group members are currently being perceived on social media sites and online.
Your online presence is a method to convey to the world what you want to be known for. Use social media and an online presence to promote your personal brand and share with others your interest and expertise.
Knowing the appropriate clothing for the job will help you “dress for success.”