Career Connected Learning Events
Check out the events below, available for students and young people of all ages throughout northeastern WA in a variety of high-demand industries including aerospace, construction, manufacturing, health care, transportation. These events connect students to future career opportunities.
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Career Connected Learning Community Events
- CareerExploreNW houses more than 100 job spotlight videos, including information on average wages, required education, typical work schedules, local employers, and more. Great tool for students and families!
- Career Connect WA Student Directory connects young people to Career Explore, Career Prep, and Career Launch programs available in their communities and provides direct links to community-based support services to help remove barriers to participation in career connected learning. Add your event/program, too!
- Trade Up 2 Construction is your one-stop-shop for info on construction careers, training, and jobs throughout the region, with all the resources you need to make your dreams a reality.
- The Washington Workforce Portal is a free searchable database of available internships in Washington. Students can create a free account, plug in their resume, and immediately start searching and applying! Employers can post internships, apprenticeships, job shadowing and mentorship opportunities.
- Washington Career Bridge is the popular, public-facing career and education portal created and managed by the Workforce Board also features new videos on hundreds of careers courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor. So take the career quiz. Then catch a video and see if a new career might be right for you!
- CareerConnect@Home is a virtual career exploration opportunity for students to learn about real jobs and industries in Washington.
- Virtual Exploration Resources from Fairchild AFB features videos of jobs in the air force. You can get an up close look at military working dogs, explosive disposal, and more!
- Virtual Navy STEM videos contain demonstrations, interviews, experiments and scenarios geared toward students in elementary, middle or high school. They highlight some Sailors from Washington state, even from here in Spokane!