Volunteers engage in one or more of the JAG classrooms to deliver a brief presentation about their company, college, or career path. Presentations may be 45 to 75 minutes in length depending upon the school. Volunteers interested in and willing to share a personal story about their career path are encouraged to do so.
Host a Company/College Tour:
JAG students benefit greatly from an opportunity to see a variety of working environments and college campuses. Partners may choose to host a group of JAG students at their location to tour, listen to employee presentations, participate in short-term job shadowing, etc.
Our Coordinators will work with your company’s’ volunteers to schedule presentations at a date and time that works for both parties. Coordinators manage the logistics related to any off-campus experiences, including: transportation, lunch (if not provided by the company), liability release signatures, etc.
JAG Partners are encouraged to share entry level employment opportunities and encourage JAG students and graduates to apply. JAG recommends presenting students with both immediate and long-term opportunities to support career pathway development.
Volunteers Needed for the 2020 Career Development Conference:
JAG relies on more than 100 volunteers to support this event, including workshop presenters, competitive event judges, day-of logistics volunteers, and more. Career Development Conference season is in full effect as we prepare for over 800 students, volunteers and guests to converge on the Mesa Convention Center on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 for our annual conference.
Due to Covid-19, the 2020 Career Development Conference has been postponed. Please click below for details.