Posted by Crosswalk Teen Center | The County Journal | Charlotte, MI
The Crosswalk Career Connections program has hosted some great presenters over the last few weeks. Teens heard from Eaton Township Treasurer- Ms. Becky Dolman, Journalist/Vlogger- Ms. Elly Maye Blanco, and this upcoming session with MSUFCU Charlotte Branch Manager- Ms. Leah LaFave. Presenters share about their personal path to their career, the education required, and the ins and outs of the specific career, allowing students have the opportunity to ask questions about each occupation . Ms. Molly Wilson has continued to host the class of mostly girls to learn about career options. This last week they discussed lifestyle aspirations and how they matched with different careers. We believe this is an opportunity for teens to meet successful women in various career fields and learn about their path to success.
Crosswalk Career Connections is a 20 week course where teens (7th-10th grades)
learn about career options as well as hear from successful women leaders. The
program is designed to help teens to begin forming goals and plans about their career opportunities. Our dream is for every teen to realize their fullest potential and excel beyond their expectations.
Teens may join this free program each Wednesday, 4:00pm-5:00pm at the Crosswalk. If you would like to help sponsor this course or support Crosswalk Teen Center, please visit our donation page at www.crosswalkteencenter.org.
Crosswalk Teen Center is a free after school program for teens, grade; 7th – 12th,
focusing on providing educational support, community connections, everyday life skills, and expressive arts. Crosswalk is located at 103 W Lawrence, in downtown Charlotte and is open Monday – Thursday 2:00pm – 7:00pm, and Friday 2:00pm – 6:00pm. Find out more information at www.crosswalkteencenter.org or our Facebook ‘Crosswalk Teen Center’.