• Generates awareness of opportunities available with the local business community.
  • Gives businesses the ability to communicate directly to students and groom future employees.
  • Allows students to identify and relate their interest, skills, and aspirations to local job market opportunities.
  • Promotes hands-on career exploration, preparation and training.
  • Increases morale and productivity within the organization, and allows for employees to work in teams.
  • Increases positive public relations and exposure and brings a fresh perspective to an organization’s culture.
  • Gives employees an avenue to give back to the community.
For more information on how you can get involved as a
mentor, tour guide, or classroom presenter, please
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