Share the excitement of your company and your industry with local students and educators through the Iowa Intermediary Network. Ignite imaginations while being protected from liability and receiving professional guidance for both you and the student. You might introduce your company to a future employee, and you are sure to strengthen local economic development by showing students they can work close to home and still have a fulfilling career.
It doesn’t have to be a big commitment. Work-based learning opportunities can be as short and easy as speaking to students in a classroom setting. More extensive experiences include job shadows, worksite tours, student internships, educator externships, and other enhanced learning activities.
Make Your Mark by getting in touch with your area work-based learning coordinator. It’s easy. Just visit our contact page, type in your zip code, and you’ll instantly have your regional coordinator’s phone number and email address.
Iowa School for the Deaf & Lewis Central Community School District
The Iowa Intermediary Network works with employers around the state to coordinate classroom speakers, worksite tours, job shadows, career exploration activities, and professional development for high school students and educators in Iowa. These hands-on experiences are designed to help students better understand how to align their career goals with their post-secondary decisions.
High school students from Iowa School for the Deaf and Lewis Central Community School District interested in health science and healthcare careers were able to tour CHI Health.