Colorado Virtual Career Fair ADULT REGISTRATION (Educators and Parents/Family)
The purpose of this event is to expose youth to a variety of careers, and for them to hear stories of how professionals journeyed from youth to where they are now. YOU are among the most important adults in their lives and if you are involved in their career education, their chances of awareness and preparedness grow significantly. THANK YOU for supporting this goal! And please consider sharing your own career journey with your students/children!

APRIL 19-22 MON-THU. Panel sessions are one hour long from 4:00PM-5:00PM and 5:00PM-6:00PM with 2 sessions per hour. Special sessions will be each evening from 6:00PM-6:30PM and will include at least one youth-led session. Panel schedule will be available several weeks prior to the career fair @ youthcareerfair.org.

PLEASE NOTE. Panel sessions will be recorded for future Meaningful Career Conversations and events.
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Full Name of (Your/Your Child’s) School *
School's City *
PLEASE CHOOSE UP TO 8 CAREER PANELS. During the fair, you will be able to join any session you want, but these responses will help determine session schedules. *
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The following 4 questions are completely optional. The Virtual Career Fair organizers understand that these are difficult times, and even though we don't have the ability to meet all of your needs like we wish we could, we hope that these questions will provide us with more clarity on what adults who work with youth face today and how we can do better to support your well-being. All responses are confidential.
1. How do you define equity?
2. Do you feel your identity is well represented in your school/work experience, and how does that impact you?
3. Do you feel that "It's okay to not be okay?" Why or why not?
4. Do you think that society, your community, and your family and friends, feel that "It's okay to not be okay?" Why or why not?
I will conduct myself in a professional manner during all sessions. (NOTE: Q&A portions of Panel Sessions are intended for youth.) *
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