Become a Career Advocate
We’re a small, yet, mighty team. And because of your incredible support, students are afforded an incredible education that supports their career pursuits. If you’re seeking to implement career readiness into your classroom, we offer a variety of ways to support you. Below are a few of the options available:
Our class presentations and workshops address a variety of topics from general overviews of our office to a deep dive into job seeking, grad school preparation, salary negotiation tactics, and more. Topics may also be tailored to meet your specific learning goals. Email us at email@example.com with your request.
Many students know they should visit our studio, yet, may lack the time. By assigning a studio visit as homework, you’ll ensure it gets scheduled. To participate, please provide us with your class roster and the task. We will send you an attendance sheet to verify you attended and what was completed.
An informational interview is a great way to encourage students to begin networking and learning about different career paths from those in the field. Explore our resource guide to learn more about informational interviews.
Mock Interviews/Portfolio Reviews
We offer engaging mock interviews and portfolio reviews where students receive tailored questions based on their interested field, along with supportive tips at the end. Students may also practice using StandOut, a career resource we offer for free. Email us to schedule or learn more at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend a Virtual Event
We offer multiple events each month and have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from students learning outcomes. We encourage you to promote our events and share with the class what they learned. Explore our calendar of events.
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