Opportunity to explore what’s out there coming in March
The Newaygo County Career-Tech Center typically hosts a Job Fair for their junior and senior students, but is expanding programming in 2021. Please join us for a Career Exploration Fair, which is open to juniors and seniors at all Newaygo County High Schools.
The event will be held virtually, via Microsoft Teams, on March 11th, 2021. As in years past, there will be a morning session beginning at 9:00 AM and an afternoon session beginning at 1:00 PM.
This event will offer local employers an opportunity to highlight their entire organization to our students, regardless of open positions.
Registration is open and you can register online here. http://survey.ncresa.org/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=ml1K38l
Due to the virtual nature and change in structure, below is an overview of how you can expect the event to go:
During the event, each employer will be in their own ‘breakout room’ within Microsoft Teams. Students will then rotate through breakout rooms to view presentations, based on the student’s interest. Each employer will have 15 minutes to provide an overview of their organization, and a brief explanation of each department (regardless of open positions). Employers will finish up with a highlight of any open positions. Each employer will have three sessions in the morning, and three sessions in the afternoon.
Below are current Career Tech Center programs:
· Culinary Arts
· Engineering Technology
· Criminal Justice (AM only)
· Heavy Equipment
· Graphics and Printing
· Construction Trades
· Business Applied Technology/Finance
· Information Technology
· Future Educators/Child Development Associates (CDA) (AM only)
As the talent gap increases, it is more important than ever to “grow talent locally”, and there is no better place to start than our very own Newaygo County students!
Partnering with the Newaygo County Career Tech Center allows your business to take advantage of:
· Summer Interns
· Work-based Learning and Job Shadow Opportunities
· Pre-Apprenticeship creation
· Field Trips
· Opportunities to speak in NCCTC classrooms