CEO in the Classroom
Business executives engage with 8th grade classrooms to talk with students about their career choices and how decisions in high school will open up opportunities.
Life After High School
Business executives engage with high school juniors to talk about the reality of life after graduation and provide tips on preparing for entering college and the job market
High School Career Expo
Interactive, student focused event. High school sophomore students are introduced to trade and educational paths in all industries where there is a high demand for jobs in the region. See the video at winonachamber.com
Teacher in the Workplace
Offered during the summer, high school teachers are placed in local manufacturing companies for weeklong immersion experiences.
Pilot program 2017-18 – Thirty Winona High School juniors participate in a two-year immersion experience that is focused on work preparedness, improved academic performance and internships. Students learn leadership, communication and professional soft skills through classes and out-of-school activities. In addition, REACH students take a series of specific technical classes such as computer-aided design and how to read and develop blueprints and render the blueprints into 3D objects.
Manufacturers and Technology Job Outlook
Publication for high school and college students. Available online and in print. Contact the chamber for printed copies.
Interactive map that connects high school and college students with local manufacturing and technology company job outlook, current jobs and internship opportunities
Hot Jobs Cool Companies 5 minute video
A high energy video that spotlights career opportunities in manufacturing.
Health and Human Services Job Outlook
Coming November 2017