The Inspire 7 Rivers initiative aims to help students and job seekers achieve their career goals by facilitating career exploration with real professionals and employers. Inspire 7 Rivers also addresses the community’s workforce development needs by providing employers with a multitude of ways to interact and connect with their future workforce from a young age. It provides powerful tools for students, job seekers, businesses, and educators.
Participation by businesses – in all industries, with all types of jobs throughout the region – is critical to the success of Inspire 7 Rivers for both businesses and students!
Inspire 7 Rivers has launched for the 2017-2018 school year in school districts within Jackson County and over the next three years the program will expand to include school districts throughout the entire 7 Rivers Region.
“Businesses have told me they want a tool to help connect with high school students to talk about careers,” said Chris Hardie, 7 Rivers Alliance CEO. “Inspire 7 Rivers is that tool. I highly encourage all businesses from large to small to be proactive and take a few minutes to register for this important program.”
Learn more here:
- Businesses/Employers to set up company profiles on the platform. Once signed up, employers can use discussion boards to engage students and job seekers, offer activities such as job shadows and internships, and send targeted messages about new opportunities for those who might be most interested.
- Career Coaches to answer questions from students in our community who want to learn about an industry or career.
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Have questions? Want to learn more?
Contact the Inspire 7 Rivers Project Coordinator Jeff Scheel at email@example.com. Jeff has over 30 years of human resources management experience in the public and private sector. He has also served as a consultant to management, bringing HR solutions to over 175 companies in the tri-state area.