Business Volunteers: Contribute to the Development of Tomorrow’s Workforce
Our regional businesses can play a key role in our career development mission by volunteering their time to help students develop real-world skills and knowledge.
Targeted volunteer opportunities are being organized by the Business Advisory Council (formerly the Business-Education Connectivity Council (BECC). The time required is minimal, but business volunteers will have a lifelong influence on our students’ futures and a far-reaching impact on the region’s economic development.
We are looking for volunteers to share their expertise through the following opportunities:
- Career and Workforce Readiness Program Experiences for students in grade 11
- Business Training Presentations for students in grades 9 and 10
Career and Workforce Readiness Program Experiences
Volunteers work with students in grade 11 who participate in the Career and Workforce Readiness Program.
Volunteers are always needed.
Business Training Presentations for Students in Grades 9 and 10
Guest speakers are needed to present on a variety of career and employment-ready subjects at the Business Training Center.
Are you interested in shaping the future of our region?
Join us in providing CPS students with real, actionable career-readiness experiences that will better prepare our youth for the workforce of tomorrow and better strengthen the workforce for our region’s future.
Interested in partnering?
Information on how to volunteer: Contact Brittney Cousins, (513) 363-0059.