On Thursday April 30th at 10am the BHS Virtual Job/ Career Fair page will be live! Students and staff will be able to access the page from the BHS website's main page. Students can explore different careers, companies, and opportunities that may interest them! Some participating vendors include: Skanska, City Year, Americorps, Stewards of the Future and many more!
Looking for something to do during your down time? Want to explore new careers and what it takes to get there? Check out Naviance, a website used to not only apply to college but also explore your career interests and much more! Check it out at https://student.naviance.com/auth/fclookup (Links to an external site.)
Need help signing in? Feel free to email Ms. Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org for help!
Public Policy/ Government: Are you interested in learning what careers relate to a degree in public policy or working in your local government?
To learn more contact:
Jill Harvey: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coordinator of Arlington, MA: email@example.com
Caitlin Starr: Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations - Town of Brookline, Assistant Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
DreamWakers, a national nonprofit that connects students to real-world professionals via free video conferencing services is providing FREE online career exploration tools for high school students!
DreamWakers Daily: Career Conversations from Home continues this week with another all-star lineup of professional role models. Streaming on Facebook Live each weekday at 1pm ET, we'll feature Q&A sessions with inspirational role models in diverse careers, and you can help guide the conversation: each flashchat will highlight questions submitted by students, educators, and supporters from across the U.S.
For more information: https://mailchi.mp/dreamwakers.org/now-streaming-daily-dreamwakers-new-flashchat-series-launches-today-2627230?e=3dda1a086c
Check back next week for more interesting resources from DreamWakers!
Museum/Science Education: Do you love science, but are you not sure what to do with this love? Working at a museum could be your answer! Museums need educators to help facilitate programming, and educational experiences for students and adults. Want to learn more?