It’s never too early to begin preparing for your career, and NSHSS is here to help. NSHSS continues to develop partnerships and programs that expose and enlighten our members to pathways toward meaningful careers.
Annually, NSHSS surveys its members to ask their opinions in the areas of career choices, employers, workplace environment, technology, communications and educational goals. The survey helps NSHSS and employers gain insight into students’ career aspirations now that Millennials are becoming the largest generation in the workforce. Read the 2016 Millennial Career Survey Results here.
NSHSS is proud to partner with leading organizations to offer our members special opportunities to advance their higher education and career goals.
Central Intelligence Agency
The Central Intelligence Agency hosts workshops at NSHSS member events throughout the U.S., offering members an insider’s look into careers with the Agency that also include undergraduate student internships or undergraduate co-ops, and graduate studies programs.
Major League Baseball
NSHSS high school, college and college graduate members are invited to Major League Baseball’s annual Diversity Business Summit, which gathers Human Resource representatives from all 30 MLB Clubs, the Minor League, and other MLB networks. Scholars even met some of the League’s prestigious owners. MLB hosts 2,500 live events annually; there is no other sport that has this volume, which presents massive opportunities for scholars to secure internships and employment within the League.
National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine
Students enter the real world of modern medicine by joining doctors on their rounds, observing surgeries, joining discussions on disease research and experiencing both the day-to-day realities and life skills essential to a successful career in health care today. The National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine is one of a number of life changing career oriented programs available through our partnership with Envision.
U.S. Department of State
As the lead U.S. foreign affairs agency, the U.S. Department of State represents the United States at more than 270 diplomatic locations around the world, including embassies, consulates, and missions to international organizations. The Department is responsible for promoting peace and stability in areas of vital interest to America, and helping developing nations establish stable economic environments. Scholars interested in serving their country through Foreign Service have the opportunity to meet State Department leaders at NSHSS member events.
Tesoro Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, is an independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products. Tesoro, through its subsidiaries, operates six refineries in the western United States. On Saturday, March 8, 2014, Tesoro hosted NSHSS high school and college members at a College to Career Event, with participation from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). This special event, held at Tesoro’s Los Angeles refinery in Carson, California, enabled students to explore a variety of careers. Tesoro is interested in recruiting NSHSS members for their internship and employment opportunities.
Thermo Fisher Scientific
With revenues of $17 billion and 50,000 employees in 50 countries, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is the world leader in serving science. Their mission is to enable their customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer by accelerating life sciences research, solve complex analytical challenges, improve patient diagnostics and increase laboratory productivity. Thermo Fisher Scientific is interested in recruiting NSHSS members for their college internship and employment opportunities.
My College Guide
NSHSS partner, My College Guide, includes a very interactive discussion on their website about career choices as well as other relevant topics to college selection and admissions. My College Guide's "Ask the Guru" dialogue on career choices allows students and parents to ask general and very specific questions on career topics of use to high school and college students.