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Sixth Stop - Tours, Events and Job Shadowing

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Participating in career exploration events or job shadows can help you experience a workplace setting first-hand. These help you learn a great deal more about a career than you can through online research. Ask adults in your family, school, or community resources to help you connect with people in the career(s) you’re interested in.
Tours or career exploration events: Many schools and communities offer opportunities to get into local businesses.
Job Shadowing: Job shadowing is a great way to learn more about daily work life settings.
Contact your local workforce agency for help setting up a job shadow.

Note: All of these links are external and those of our partners.