“A Knowledge-ABLE Workforce”
UNITE . THINK . MODEL . EMPOWER.
Building Leaders for the Susquehanna Valley (BLSV)
BLSV is a program designed for high school juniors who are beginning to show leadership potential and an interest in their community. Its goal is to acquaint students with community needs and resources and to encourage their interest and participation as they develop leadership and communication skills and have the opportunity to interact with one another and with community leaders in the Central Pennsylvania Region.
The Seminar & Training Series is designed to provide short but impactful educational opportunities for members and employees of businesses and organizations alike. The courses are relevant to today’s needs, including technology, marketing strategies and much more. B&E partners with Central PA Chamber members to conduct the classes. If interested in leading a class, call 570-742-7341.
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Career fair help to enhance the education and career planning of area students. By attending fairs, local business leaders can support students while educating them about their business. Each years, thousands of students from various schools participate. This is your chance to enhance student awareness on the variety of careers that are offered right here in central Pennsylvania. Don’t miss this opportunity to directly educate local students and aid in their decision-making process as they schedule courses for the following school year and beyond. There is no cost to attend this event, and lunch is provided.
Job Shadowing is an academically motivating activity designed to give students the unique opportunity of an up-close look at the world of work and provide the answer to the commonly asked question, “Why do I have to learn this?” The program invites students to see firsthand how the skills learned in school relate to the workplace.
Students from our member school districts are invited to attend Legislative Events throughout the school year. Students are individually recognized before federal, state and local elected officials. Students are photographed with guest speakers and given the opportunity to ask questions.
School Counts! is an initiative that encourages employers to use the School Counts! Certificate as one of the criteria to evaluate high school job applicants. The School Counts! Credential certifies that a student has obtained a grade of ‘C’ or better in every course, achieved a 95% attendance and punctuality record, completed high school in eight consecutive semesters, taken more than the minimum graduation requirements, and demonstrated a no bullying tolerance in accordance with their school policy.