Denver Health Explorer Post


Exploring is an opportunity for young women and young men to gain real life career experience first-hand from businesses in their community! As a career education program, Exploring partners local businesses with youth, ages 14 – 20, in order to provide unique and exciting experiences that offer insight into the day to day operations of a multitude of careers. The Exploring program’s primary goal is to help young adults make more informed decisions about their future careers and whether a particular career is right for them. As an Explorer they will be able to have experiences that focus on: Career Opportunities, Life Skills, Leadership Experiences, Character Education and Citizenship. It is our hope that they can find out enough about a career before investing time, energy and money into pursuing training or a degree in that field.

A few of our outstanding partners that help make this program happen are; Denver Zoo, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Denver Health, Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital, Law Enforcement agencies across the Denver Metro Area, St. Anthony North Health Campus, Black & Veatch, Castle Rock Fire Department, and many more!

For our business partners, this is a recognized opportunity to address workforce retention, workforce development and invest in pre-on-the-job training for these potential future employees. Discover how the Denver Area Council Career Exploring program for high school students can add to your employees’ outlook, productivity, and assist the young people of our communities learn about your business and careers.

For more information about this program, to volunteer or sponsor a new Explorer Post, contact Elliot Chong at 720.266.2123

elliot.chong@lflmail.org  |  denverexploring.org


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