MiCareerQuest Northwest 2020
SAVE THE DATE
MiCareerQuest Northwest 2020 will be held
MAY 13, 2020
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY CIVIC CENTER
Click on the link to download a MiCareerQuest Northwest 2020 Save the Date flyer
Click on the link to download a MiCareerQuest Northwest 2020 Marketing Packet
Registration for schools and employers opens December 11, 2019
Registration for volunteers opens January 15, 2020
MiCareerQuest Northwest 2019 was held May 22 at the Grand Traverse County Civic Center in Traverse City. The hands-on, career and college readiness event gave 2000 9th grade students from 30 Northwest Michigan school districts the opportunity to interact with 60 employers representing 100 occupations.
MiCareerQuest Northwest 2019 exposed students to exciting careers and endless possibilities! Students had the chance to:
- Talk one-on-one with experts from the region’s high-demand industries
- Touch, feel and work with the tools and technology of the trades
- Walk away with in-depth and practical knowledge of today’s workplaces
Watch this video to find out more about MiCareerQuest Northwest 2019.
For information about MiCareerQuest Northwest, please email Susan Ward.
“Filling tomorrow’s talent pipeline is directly dependent on engaging today’s youth. It is important our students have an understanding and appreciation for locally and regionally available occupations. MiCareerQuest is an incredible opportunity to bring employer and student together. No other event offers such a hands-on interactive career exploration experience. Students leave better informed, more aware, and highly energized for Northwest Michigan’s in-demand industries.”
Northwest Michigan Works!
“With an aging workforce on the brink of retirement, employers are concerned about their future workforce. We need to expose youth to a variety of occupations and career pathways now so that they’re aware of all the possibilities that exist for careers in West Michigan’s high-demand industries. MiCareerQuest allows students to talk with professionals, ask questions, use tools of the trade. It gets them thinking about what kind of work might appeal to them and informs decisions that impact their future.”
Chief Executive Officer
West Michigan Works!
“Career exploration needs to be an integrated approach and a multidisciplinary concept. Extending career exploration beyond the walls of the school and creating opportunities for students to engage with business professionals is so important. MiCareerQuest provides students with these critical opportunities, focusing on the highest-demand fields, and providing them with an environment in which they can explore different career paths, by conducting fun experiments.”
Talent Investment Agency
Networks Northwest always proves to be a valued resource for our local government planning efforts. No organization does a better job of convening partners, promoting collaboration, and reporting on the data than does Networks NorthwestTy Wessell, Leelanau County Commissioner