Career Ready Woodland serves a dual purpose by allowing students to learn about potential careers and area businesses, but also by offering businesses the opportunity to recruit future employees
Woodland Public Schools and the Port of Woodland have partnered to create the Career Ready Woodland career fair where local employers can speak directly to students at Woodland High School on Thursday, March 30 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Businesses are invited to send representatives at no cost to attend this exciting event.
Career Ready Woodland serves a dual purpose by allowing students to learn about potential careers and area businesses, but also by offering businesses the opportunity to recruit future employees or to offer internships to students who are preparing to graduate and enter the workforce. “We are so excited to have the Career Ready Woodland career fair return after having to take a hiatus for the past few years due to the pandemic,” said Asha Riley, Assistant Superintendent for Woodland Public Schools. “We have so many wonderful businesses in the area that support our efforts to prepare students for future success; we are eager to welcome them back to our campus and connect them with our students.”
Career Ready Woodland stems from Woodland Public Schools’ dedication to preparing students for career and life after high school, including attending college and trade schools or entering directly into the workforce. “We know many students will seek a more direct route to employment through trade apprenticeships and technical schools rather than traditional college education at a four-year institution,” said Riley. “We prioritize preparing these future employees with the skills they need to work for our local businesses through our Career & Technical Education curricula, while events like Career Ready Woodland develop our students’ interest in the workforce as well as expose them to the variety of job opportunities available to them following graduation.”
Interested businesses can send representatives to attend free-of-charge:
There is no cost for businesses to send a representative to participate. Any business interested in attending can contact Deborah Wornick at Woodland Public Schools at (360) 841-2708 or via email at email@example.com. Deborah will register the business and provide additional details.
Learn more about how Woodland Public Schools educates students and serves the community by visiting the dedicated news webpage at www.woodlandschools.org/news/wsd
Information provided by Woodland School District.
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