Career & Care Fair
Lead Up offers North Star High School students the opportunity to discover their passion for service while exploring careers that align with their interests and talents.
We are seeking professionals from a variety of fields to participate in our hands-on, “fair-style” event, engaging students in career dialogue while working alongside them to complete projects that positively impact local and global needs.
Participating professionals will have the opportunity to network with engaged, interested students looking to learn more about the world of work. You’ll have a unique space to connect with young workers, inform their thinking about your profession, and start to build relationships that may result in future top hires. An of course, we promise some fun while helping others in need.
How does it work?
Are you an author, librarian or someone who owns a therapy pet? Talk to students about what you do and how you got your start while working on .
Health sciences professionals can get artistic decorating a card for a hospitalized child while sharing the rewards and challenges of a career in health and wellness.
If fashion is your field, you can help eager learners construct shoe kits for people in Uganda and introduce jobs in design, merchandising or production.
This is your event…
If you love your career and have a dedication to serving others! All you have to do is come and enjoy conversations with Lincoln’s next generation of leaders. We’ll take care of the rest.
Ready to Lead Up with us?
Here are the details:
March 26 1:30-3:30 p.m.
North Star High School – in “The Bayou”
Welcome and overview (with tips for engaging high school students) 1:30-1:50 p.m.
Each service area/career group will have a Lead Up Senior Leader student host of introduce you to fellow students and facilitate the service activity.
To get involved, contact:
Seeking professionals in the following fields:
Animal Health, Military (active and retired), Medicine and Health Sciences (all of the traditional roles, not forgetting mental health, gerontology and nutrition), Fashion, Global Business, Culinary Arts, Public Service, Business, Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship, Engineering, Marketing, Graphic Design, Public Relations, Social Work, Environmental Stewardship, Law and Public Policy