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Junior Achievement Virtual Career Fair
As you may know, volunteers visiting classrooms and interacting with students has been put on hold – we hope temporarily. Junior Achievement has been looking at creatives ways to keep our youth engaged in career exploration via a Virtual Career Fair. We are seeking employers in 16 career clusters (see attached flyer) and ask the participant to record a 3-5 minute video (sample video link below). Students will be given an assessment to determine what their interest areas are and will be able view the videos in those career pathways.

Virtual Career Flyer  
Sample Virtual Career Fair Video
Video Guidelines 
As a reminder, I’ve attached the video guidelines and you’ll see Junior Achievement has made it very simple for you (or your chosen representative) to participate. A quality video can be created with a smartphone camera! 
I hope you will consider joining us for this unique project. Thank you in advance and please feel free to reach out with any questions to Becki Arends with Junior Achievement via email at
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