April 24, 2020 - Call for Stuyvesant Career Fair Volunteers
Stuyvesant High School Student Union is currently planning a Career Fair event at school on April 24th, 2020, 4-7pm. Please fill out this form if you are interested to volunteer and speak to students about your professional career. Event format is still being finalized but will likely require selected presenters be part of the panel discussion that will be repeated 2-3 times during the professional field breakout sessions. A joint networking mingling session is expected to be held at the end of the evening. More detailed instructions will be shared with selected presenters closer to the date. This form will be open through April 17th but we would love to hear back from you much earlier, ideally by April 10th.
Depending on the volume of responses we may not be able to include everyone who expressed interest and kindly offered their help with this event. We however truly appreciate your time and willingness to continue being involved!
Mobile Phone Number
I am ... (pick all that applies)
Parent/guardian of a current Stuy student
Parent/guardian of a Stuy alum
Which field best describes your current professional career?
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Architecture and Civil Engineering
Arts and Communications
Computers and Technology
Education, Training and Social Services
Government and Public Administration
Health Care and Allied Health
Hospitality, Tourism, and the Service Industry
Law and Law Enforcement
Management, Business, Accounting and Finance
Trades and Transportation
Writing, Journalism and Literature
How many years in this field?
Less then 1 year
1 - 5 years
6 - 15 years
15 plus years
Company you currently work for:
What's your current job title?
Describe your job briefly below
At what age did you get interested in pursuing your current field?
Event may include a general intro session addressing career selection. Would you be willing to give a 5 minute speech that would be relevant to broad, non field specific audience. If yes, on which topic/point?
Any other comments:
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