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6 Degrees - Encouraging scholar success through the power of networking

ENVISIONEERS helps all scholars thrive in school and beyond through hands-on learning and career mentors.  We ignite curiosity, build confidence and expand horizons.

 

Our 6 Degrees event brings you into direct conversation with middle school scholars who are considering their future opportunities.  Your participation will make it possible to create valuable connections that increase students' depth of knowledge about college and career pathways. 

Thanks to the 2024 - 6 Degrees Events Sponsors

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2024 - 6 Degrees (Past) Events

East Bay: January 24th, 2024

Westlake Middle School 

4:00pm-6:00pm

2629 Harrison St.

Oakland, CA 94612

South Bay: February 1st, 2024

3:00pm-5:00pm

Renaissance at Mathson

2050 Kammerer Ave.

San Jose, CA 95116

What to Expect

Mentor and Share Your Expertise

 

Advise Scholars

 

Scholars visit booths and you will:

Review scholars’ resumes

• Ask them about their career interests

• Introduce your profession

• Share your experiences in the field

• Make college recommendations

• Help them develop communication skills

Career Opportunities

• Architecture and Construction

• Art and Design

• Engineering and Technology

• Entrepreneurship

• Finance

• Human Resources

• Law

• Life Science and Medicine

• Marketing, Public Relations and Sales

• Operations

• Social Responsibility and Nonprofit

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6 Degrees Impact Stories

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"I learned about jobs I've never heard of.  I never knew there were businesses that invested in other businesses.  I've always wanted to own my own business, but now I want companies to invest in mine." - Estefania, 8th Grader

"I was charmed by the innocence and eagerness (or frightfulness) of the kids putting their best face forward.  I managed to snatch six scholars and pull their stories out of them.  Impressed by their resumes and 'first approach' to their career path choices." - Mentor

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