In going virtual for 2021, we have specifically decided to scale back and solicit 30 businesses/nonprofits to provide engaging, virtual career-learning experiences. Nonprofits not selected to host an experience can participate in a variety of ways. One main way to participate is to sign up your student group(s) similar to educators. This is especially relevant for nonprofits that provide regular programming for students.
If you wish to share an exciting, inspiring and engaging virtual experience with students, you may submit content to the Careerockit team which we will be populated in our resource library.
For criteria and more, contact us.
What is Careerockit? And how do I participate?
- Host an experience
- Student group participant
- Best practice workshop partner
- Experience design expert
- Tech event partner
What is an experience and how can my organization host an experience?
An experience is an activity that exposes participants to a specific career, company or industry. Experience types range from job shadows, which work better for smaller groups or individuals, to tours and activities, which work well for medium to large size groups. Experiences should have clear learning objectives that relate to the job, industry or company you are showcasing.
What does it mean to be a student group participant?
What is a Best Practice Workshop partner?
What is an experience design expert?
How can I get involved with the Careerockit to further tech career education and awareness?
Contact us at email@example.com to learn more.
Who do I contact if I have questions or additional ideas that I would like to discuss?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.