Inspire is Junior Achievement of Idaho's career exploration day which introduces 7th, 8th, and 9th-grade students to the vast variety of local and state career opportunities. This career exploration day will enable students to interact with business representatives and see displays from Idaho companies.
JA IINSPIRE events will be held in:
When: November 5th, 2019
Where: Idaho State University Student Union - Pocatello, ID
Time: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
To Register your class for this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Vendors: To Register your business to represent your industry click here
Statewide Presenting Sponsor:
Statewide Supporting Sponsors:
Sponsorships for these events are critical for Junior Achievement to continue providing life-changing programs to students in our community. These programs are delivered at no cost to students. You can make a difference in the lives of these students by participating in this world-class event! Call (208) 375-5243 to get more information on how to sponsor an Inspire to Hire Event!
Become a Vendor!
Register for a Career Station Booth below to represent your company and your industry. Students will visit these stations throughout their time at the event. Students will have challenges in their program that encourage them to engage with you at the career stations and learn more about career opportuniteis and education paths needed to obtain a job.
We are in need of volunteers who are willing to sit with students and conduct interviews and resume reviews. Volunteers are needed in two-hour increments but are welcome to sign up for multiple two hour blocks. Register here --> http://signup.com/go/sEhrtgG
For more information please email Erin Marley or call (208) 375-5243.
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