Workplace Explorations ignite purpose with career discovery at your workplace.
Want a three-hour community service opportunity where your staff can share their professional passions while broadening the career horizons of Boston’s future workforce? Host a small group of middle school students at your workplace. Workplace Explorations introduce young people to the culture and purpose of your business and provide an opportunity for students to practice professional skills in the workplace.
Teaching content and situations related to the demands of real life.
In six weekly two-hour sessions in the workplace eight graders have an authentic opportunity to practice communication, self-presentation, and other professional skills while learning firsthand about a career.
Step into the Future.
Apprentice Learning staff work intensively with apprentices and their families to help students identify and apply to an age-appropriate summer job or selective enrichment program.
In 2018, 0ver 50% landed a paying summer job.
Demystifying Boston’s skyline for the next generation of women leaders in the workplace.
2019 Program Dates:
Monday, July 8 — Friday, August 9. Location: Urban College, 2 Boylston St. Boston 02116
A paid career exploration program for Boston girls entering ninth grade where interns explore careers in Boston’s economic engine neighborhoods and learn to earn! Weekly stipends of $75 – $125 for applicants. Applications available: Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
Young people—middle schoolers—are very curious about your world and most are eager to join you in it. We invite you to share your world of work with an adolescent: it’s an opportunity to participate in civic life in a most personal way.
Together, we educate for our future. Bring community service to your workplace with Apprentice Learning!
Ignite purpose with career discovery at your workplace.
We partner with local business to create seminal experiences that give purpose to the present, but more importantly, to a young person’s future. That purpose—the thing that motivates students and moves lives forward can be found in workplaces across our city.