Virtual Programs 2020-11-23T21:34:59+00:00

Virtual Programs

Struggling to figure out your career path? Check out these free virtual opportunities!

Virtual Job Shadows

See what it’s like to be in an in demand career! Marketing is ever changing and social media and graphic design play heavy roles in today’s marketing strategies. The professionals at Forge Social will show you some of their day!

October 8
10:00 AM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/5pjrvNZfbNE

We do not expect you to miss your “in person” classes for this event. This virtual job shadow will also be recorded.

Businesses rely on business administrators to keep the business running. See what a career in human resources, information technology, or accounting is like by “following” real professionals.

October 14
10:00 AM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/CHWvMdlejrY

We do not expect you to miss your “in person” classes for this event. This virtual job shadow will also be recorded.

Those that become masters of the art of verbal persuasion may just make a great career in sales. Join sales professionals as they show you how taking hard work, charisma, and charm can make a great skill set for a well-paying sales career.

October 20
10:00 AM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/Rqql6t7SuQI

We do not expect you to miss your “in person” classes for this event. This virtual job shadow will also be recorded.

On the whole, a career in construction trades can be a great choice for women. With strong pay, good benefits, and satisfying work it is a perfect option for women who want a fulfilling career that can also support them and their families. Stacy McDermott with Crawford North will be here to discuss her career as a plumbing and pipefitter, estimator and project manager and what it’s like to be a female in the construction industry. Please register to receive your link to join this virtual event.

November 13
10:00 AM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/CKj70aIDitE

We do not expect you to miss your “in person” classes for this event. This virtual job shadow will also be recorded.

Career Webinars

Curious about a career in welding, cnc, maintenance, gas utilities, or mechanics? This is a great opportunity to chat with experts in careers about what those jobs really entail.

October 8
6:30 PM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/qcnDYrnQPB0

If no one in your family has gone to college before – you may be in the dark on the steps to getting in. From researching and applying to schools, to finding scholarships and financial aid, this is your chance to  get all the information you need to make your college bound experience successful.

October 14
6:30 PM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/Bl9f8HUjX3k

With so many careers available in healthcare, the options can be overwhelming. Join this webinar to hear from many different health professionals (nursing, radiology, respiratory, medical assisting, laboratory, and more). They will share what you can expect in a health career and how you can prepare for your career right now!

October 20
6:30 PM
View Recording:  https://youtu.be/M5S1ZCMFiik

It is hard to know where to begin when planning for your future career. This webinar will help you learn how to start the career exploration process while in high school and what programs are available to you in your school. Join this webinar to hear the many ways to can start exploring your future no matter which path you decide to take!

November 4
6:30 PM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/eh3cvQ5_OHU

When you choose a career in the construction trades, you’ll be working, learning, and earning immediately. Find out what programs exist and how to get started.

November 12
6:30 PM
View Recording:  https://youtu.be/_11nG7CaliE

Information Technology careers are on the rise. Professionals are responsible for helping organizations maintain a digital infrastructure and provide troubleshooting assistance. Find out the different types of career path in the IT field that would fit your interests, skills, and goals.

November 16
6:30 PM
View Recording: https://youtu.be/HQ4_cIiWGZM

Many careers require additional education or training after high school. Whether your choice of career requires four years of college studies or four months of hands-on trade school, it must be paid for. Understanding how to estimate the cost of education, save money to pay for it, and find sources of financial aid, student loans, scholarships, and work-study programs can make post-secondary education more attainable.

December 3
6:30 PM
Register: https://bit.ly/pay_for_college

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