Many, if not most, young people are undecided about what kind of work, or careers, they want to pursue, or how to prepare for an effective job search. The Job Forum (a 501c nonprofit now in its 70th year) has created a new youth program to help students and young people with job search and career advice!
Initiated last year, with funding support from the Miranda Lux Foundation, The Job Forum created a “Workforce of the Future” workshop series for young (15-25 age) job seekers. Also helpful in getting this important series off the ground was the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) College and Career Readiness Program.
The second workshop in this year’s series of six free sessions are devoted to introducing an array of professions to young job searchers who are, or may be, considering different career paths. The schedule and link for more information and way to register appear below.
|· Good Careers for Young People to Consider
Part II – Finance, Sales, Social Media, and Technology
|March 8, 2023
These and all workshops leverage the expertise of Job Forum volunteer panelists who represent a wide range of San Francisco Bay Area professions and companies. All young people are welcome to attend and start to make connections with adults in SF Bay Area businesses who want to help mentor them.