Next Stop Job! Announcing Skills Training Program for Teens
The 2020 school year ended quite different than any high school students could have predicted. And now that it has ended, students will consider how to spend their time this summer. The “Next Stop: Job!” curriculum teaches youth to prepare for their start in the workforce. UF/IFAS Extension Agents are offering the FREE program in a virtual format, allowing us to reach teens across the state, engage in online discussions, and remain safe while doing so!
The program provides teenagers, ages 14-18 with practical and necessary resources on how to write a cover letter, design a résumé, conduct themselves in an interview, dress for success, and how to manage their money. Even if finding a job isn’t your priority right now, the skills gained in this program can be applied to internship, scholarship, and leadership opportunities as well. The program that will be offered daily June 29th to July 2nd 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm. More information on this and over 40 others can be found at http://florida4h.org/senior-adventures/. Registration instructions are below. These opportunities are brought to you by UF/IFAS Extension 4-H Youth Development.
Youth who participate in this session are expected to attend all live virtual sessions, complete assignments (such as completing a job application, cover letter, and resume), and participate in mock interviews. Please note this program is limited in the number of participants it will accept so youth should commit to attend all sessions and complete all assignments.
Halfway down page select “CLICK HERE TO REGISTER” for 4-H Adventures
Complete the next page of information
If you select “No” your youth is not a current Florida 4-H Club Member, then the next page will take you to a 4-H Registration page. This information is collected for all 4-H participants and will only be used for the purposes of this program.
After you register, you will receive an email with future instructions.
We look forward to seeing you online June 29th!
To learn more about 4-H visit: http://florida4h.org/