School to Career
School to Career Workforce Development:
The School to Career program facilitates career-related learning experiences (CRLEs) for high school students and supports high school staff in college and career centers to guide their students to appropriate opportunities. Since 1995, Hillsboro Chamber’s School to Career Program has been supporting local students by facilitating career days, career spotlight events, guest speakers, mock interviews, informational interviews, job shadows and ELOS (Experiential Learning Opportunities).
Career Day Presenter
The volunteer serves as a presenter at a career day that is focused on specific career fields. Typically, students will rotate in small groups to each presenter at the event. Presenter guidelines are provided to each volunteer. The opportunity reaches 30-100 students per event. (3-5 hour investment)
Career Spotlight Event Presenter
ELO (Experiential Learning Opportunity)
School to Career Resume Builder
This Google form will help you create a resume that will email you a formatted Google Doc resume which you can edit and update.
All submissions to the Resume Builder WILL BE VISIBLE to the School to Career program and current student resumes will be shared with the High School indicated. Please be aware that this is not intended to be a secure system.
These are only a few examples of ways you can make a difference. The opportunities are only limited by your imagination! If you are interested in learning more about School to Career, we would love to talk with you. Please contact us at 503.648.1102 or email us.
If you are a business that would like to participate in the School to Career Program, please use the form below. If you are a student and have questions, please go to this page, and use the form at the bottom of the page.