A Day in the Life
The How and the Why
The purpose of the ‘Day in the Life’ workshop is to inspire the next Generation of Designers, Engineers and Architects in the Manufacturing and AEC fields. When presenting, you will become a real-life role model telling your story about your career path and your day to day work – while also informing them of how your industry is technologically advancing and the prospects for the future.
Industry Professionals: ThinkEDU is looking for industry professionals from the manufacturing and AEC areas to participate in a webinar hosted by ThinkEDU called “A Day in the Life.” The audience will be college students (from technical colleges, community colleges, and 4-year colleges and universities) located across North America. The webinar or on-campus event will give you an opportunity to discuss, with these men and women, what a typical day looks like at your company.
Most post-secondary students are focused on learning as much as they can in hopes of finding a job placement and career path with companies like yours. But do they truly understand what you do? Will they be ready to work on day one? If not, how long will it take your company to teach them both the HOW and the WHY?
‘Day in the life‘ workshop will give you the opportunity to speak directly to these aspiring career professionals. ThinkEDU will market to our large student database and work hard to get you a large audience. There is no cost to you (other than your time for the webinar or on-campus event).
College Placement Directors: ThinkEDU, Autodesk’s Authorized Learning Partner Distributor for North America, is looking for help form college placement directors, to help us put on a a ‘Day in the life‘ workshop. We have access to manufacturing and AEC employers in your location. We are asking for your help in assembling students to hear directly from employers that want to speak to (and potentially recruit) your students.
Examples of recent Day in the Life presentations can be found here:
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