Business Career Exploring
Business Career Exploring is a hands-on program open to young men and women 14-20 years old with an interest in the many functional areas within a business, including Sales/Marketing, Operations, Finance/Accounting, Customer Service, Human Resources, and Information Technology.
You will network with business professionals who work in these careers every day – they are using the latest technology, they are aware of emerging trends, they know what it takes to get into college for their specific career. You will learn about the educational requirements for a career in Business and will receive tangible advice on steps you could take now to prepare and position yourself for a successful career in the field of Business.
Eli Lilly & Co. (Business & Accounting) – Post #642
This program provides insight into general business concepts from accounting and marketing to interview skills and investing. We utilize multiple presenters with various backgrounds throughout the program, so each session comes with a unique tone and perspective on business. Additionally, the presenters are often young professionals who have recently completed their college education and are not too far removed from the college career exploration and selection process.
The post will meet October through May at Lilly Corporate Center, usually the third Tuesday of each month from 7:00 – 8:30 PM, and we offer a year-end job shadow opportunity as well.
OneAmerica – Post #1877
Our meetings will initially focus on the following areas of exploration: legal, finance, sales and IT. As we continue to learn about what the students would like to explore, we may add additional areas of exploration. Each meeting will offer the opportunity to hear from an individual within an area of the business. The individual will share their career journey and provide insights on skills that allow for them to be successful in their roles
Law and Government Post #2021
The program will focus on introducing you to careers in law and government, as well as professionals and experiences in those fields. Topics that will be covered and activities may include: creation of laws, general litigation, courtroom tours, civil rights, immigration, family law, health care law, alternative career opportunities, preparation for going to law school, and how to be a successful student in law school.