Career Resource Center
Our Career Resource Center organizes a diverse array of workshops and offers a Career Mentorship Program in order to provide young individuals with various opportunities to develop professionally.
Tuesday's Children programs, such as Take Our Children to Work Day and Career Shadow Days, enable our youth to broaden their horizons and gain a better understanding of career options that are available to them. In partnership with a variety of organizations, we provide young individuals with a firsthand look into different industries and functions to cultivate their future careers.
In addition to the aforementioned programs, Tuesday's Children also offers programming for college students and young professionals. More specifically, we organize workshops pertaining to topics such as resume building, personal branding, and interview prep, alongside networking opportunities with well-known organizations such as Morgan Stanley and LinkedIn.
In 2017, we expanded upon the Career Resource Center by launching our Career Mentorship Program. Career Mentors volunteer their time to provide professional guidance to our Career Mentees, the teens and young adults in our community. Our Career Mentors are committed to working with their mentees to answer questions pertaining to career development, resume and cover letter review, mock interviews, networking, etc.
Tuesday's Children, in partnership with American Corporate Partners (ACP), offers career guidance for Gold Star spouses entering/returning to the work force or making a career change. ACP is a national nonprofit organization focused on assisting returning veterans and military spouses. It aims to help them find their next career through one-on-one mentoring, networking and online career advice.
If you are interested in getting involved with our Career Resource Center, please contact Kathy Murphy at Kathy@tuesdayschildren.org.
Have participated in Take Our Children to Work Day, one of many programs from the Career Resource Center.
“[My daughter] had an incredible summer at her internship. She learned so much. After her experience, she has decided to major in finance in college.”
-Mom of 9/11 survivor being served by Tuesday’s Children’s Career Resource Center
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