FIND INFORMATION ON HOW TO CONNECT TO FUTURE EMPLOYEES AND INDICATE AREAS OF INTEREST FOR PARTNERING WITH SCHOOLS.
Employers need workers with the right skills (and soft skills!) to succeed in the 21st century.
Proctor Pathways is designed to provide those skills and connect students with real-world experiences and opportunities. Proctor area employers gain an opportunity to connect with potential future employees.
Real-world work exposure is instrumental in guiding students down potential career paths and introducing possibilities they may not have considered by allowing them to experience life outside the classroom.
There are a multitude of ways that employers and non-profit organizations can get involved and support the success of Proctor Pathways. Employers who wish to be involved have 100% control over to what extent AND in what ways they wish to contribute.
Check out the ways you can partner with Proctor Pathways below. Click on each picture to learn more about our partners!
Business owners and people working in specific industries are willing to share by coming into the classroom to present or guide the class through a simulation or exercise.
Click on each picture to learn more about our awesome partners!
Students visit local organizations as they tour the facilities and get to learn from employees while getting a glimpse of life "on the job".
A discreet way for students and employers to set aside time for students to listen and watch a specific job or jobs within an industry.
Fairs take place at Proctor High School and allow students opportunities to interact with local colleges and industries. Guests will answer questions, talk about hiring needs and desired qualifications. Employers will also have the opportunity to discuss potential scholarships, apprenticeships or part-time jobs students can apply for.
Varying lengths of hands-on experiences usually no longer than a semester. Students experience various aspects of the business over time to get a more accurate look at the opportunities and challenges that come up within a business. Students will may be given tasks, projects or assignments to gain experience.
Local professionals interview students as they present resumes, cover letters and learn more about the hiring process.
Industry partners demonstrate relevant skills to students.