Career exploration opportunities abound during Career Connect
CASTLE ROCK - Students will have the opportunity to explore careers with more than 20 businesses and organizations during the annual Career Connect program.
Registration opens March 13 for the after-school career exploration program for DCSD high school students, sponsored by the Douglas County Educational Foundation. Sessions are held weeknights April 4-28 showcasing future careers to high school students.
Learn about the following industries:
- Culinary Arts
- Fire & Rescue Services
- Forensic Science
- Retail Operations
- Studio and Fine Arts
- Veterinary Medicine
- Writing…and more.
While Career Connect is open to all DCSD high school students, registration is available on a first come, first served basis starting March 13. The employer-led sessions can accommodate between 10-25 students per session. There is a $10-25 program fee due upon registration and students must provide their own transportation to the sessions.