The Career Resource Center is offered to young adults directly impacted by September 11, 2001 and families and children who have lost a love one in post 9/11 conflict. The Career Resource Center services are designed to provide young adults with tools and resources necessary to navigate the college, internship and career process. Each participant receives career advice specific to their career interests. Throughout the year, participants can take part in a variety of resources to help start their professional life.
A number of major corporations have committed to offer internship and career opportunities for qualified applicants and have partnered with Tuesday’s Children as career mentors. Through our workshops in college prep, career planning, resume and cover letter writing and interview techniques we are able to help strengthen their college and job search process and help students put their best foot forward.
“As advisors for the program, we are very impressed by the young adults of Tuesday’s Children. With so many challenges facing young people today, especially within the job sector, it is an honor to help guide these young adults through the career process. We value our contribution to Tuesday’s Children and encourage others within the professional community to serve as role models and assist these dedicated young adults who lost so much on September 11th.” - Fred Strobel, Executive Director, Human Resources, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Career Advisor, Group Discussion Panelist, and Program Partner