Group Career Exploration

Group Career Exploration Events and their registration are now handled by the Greater Green Bay Chamber. Please contact Brandon Peterson, youth workforce development manager, phone (920) 593-3406, if you have questions about these events.

Currently, there are no events scheduled. Please check back as events are posted when registration becomes available.

High school students and young adults, ages 14 to 21 years, are strongly encouraged to attend a group career exploration event (if offered) vs. an individual job shadow. These opportunities provide an in-depth look at a variety of healthcare careers. Attendees will learn about working conditions, education requirements, employability skills, etc.

Online REGISTRATION is recommended. The parent/guardian consent form must be completed/signed and brought to the group career exploration site by any student under the age of 18 years.

Make the most of your career exploration session by being prepared.

  • Research the healthcare career(s) you are interested in and featured at the session.
  • Know where your session is being held and how to get there.  Driving directions are available online through mapquest.
  • Dress appropriately.
  • Bring a pen and paper to take any notes.
  • Arrive at least 10 minutes early before the scheduled start time to check-in.
  • Enjoy this great opportunity to learn from local healthcare professionals already working in the field!

Visit the "OPEN HOUSES" page for campus career days and other opportunities to learn about various college/university healthcare programs.

CAREERs IN RADIOLOGY
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Aurora BayCare Medical Center
2845 Greenbrier Road., Green Bay, WI 54311 - Visitor parking is available right outside the main entrance to the atrium. Attendees will meet in the atrium.
Explore careers in radiology. This will include a tour of the department and the opportunity to view the different types of radiology equipment. Plan to arrive 10 minutes early for check-in. For questions, please contact Tricia Eichhorn, tricia.eichhorn@aurora.org or (920) 288-3015.