Career Readiness

 

 

The more exposure students have to future career opportunities and the world of work, the more likely they are to choose a career that’s right for them – where they’ll be happy and successful. It’s our job to help students get that exposure.

That’s why we work directly with students in grades 7-12 to provide career exploration opportunities like job shadows and industry tours to help them learn about in demand careers. It’s also why we partner with teachers in grades K-12 to help them bring career exploration into the classroom through lesson plans, special training and more. Take a look at our opportunities for both students and educators to find out more about what we offer.

Of course, we can’t do our work without partnerships with local businesses. If you’re a business person with a passion for education, we’d love to work with you. Check out our Employer section for ways you can get involved.

11,485 students were directly impacted by career readiness programs and services, excluding MI Career Quest. 1,205 teachers and counselors were directly impacted by our programs and services. 731 business professionals participated in our programs. 142 companies partnered with career readiness.

‚ÄčIs it making an impact? You bet it is.

Whether you are a student or educator engaging with our services or a business partner helping to bring the experiences to life, this work is making a difference. Just take a look at the numbers! Want more evidence? View the 2015-16 Career Readiness annual report

 

Upcoming Events

October 24
Kenowa Hills High School College & Career Day
9:00 AM
Kenowa Hills High School, 3825 Hendershot Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544, USA
Kenowa Hills High School College & Career Day
Oct 24
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Kenowa Hills High School, 3825 Hendershot Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544, USA
Career Readiness Community Activities Calendar
Email Mike Johnson to RSVP: mjohnson@khps.org

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