As an EDUCATOR you can partner with BestPrep through any of our six free or low cost programs to provide your students experiential learning opportunities in the areas of business, career and financial literacy education.
Participate by requesting speakers, tours or mock interviewers to connect students’ learning to the world beyond the classroom.
Integrate eMentors into your curriculum and enhance your students professional writing skills and expose them to new careers and important business skills by connecting them with business mentors.
Help your students become financially capable adults by requesting a classroom presentation given by a volunteer from the financial services industry.
Invite a BestPrep staff member to your classroom to tell your students about MBV and help foster their education by encouraging them to attend.
Utilize this online investing simulation to help your students learn about the stock market, the U.S. economy, and more all while improving teamwork, decision making and critical thinking skills.
Attend this exciting hands-on workshop to learn new technology techniques and tools, and to experience the workplace firsthand.
If you are an educator with more questions about getting involved with BestPrep’s programs, please contact Megan Gustafson.
As a VOLUNTEER you can help connect students to their futures in the workplace or work directly with teachers to help them better prepare their students for in the workplace by exposing them to the career skills needed to be successful.
Make a classroom presentation, serve as a mock interviewer, or host a tour of your workplace to give students first-hand exposure to important business and career skills.
Increase academic motivation and provide career awareness by mentoring students via email, helping them connect classroom learning to the business world while improving their professional communication. You can also help get the program into your company by serving as an eMentor’s Company Coordinator.
Prepare students to become financially capable adults by giving a classroom presentation on important financial literacy topics including credit, budgeting, investing, and insurance.
Share your work experience with students while improving your own management and leadership skills. Serve as a mock interviewer, business plan judge or financial planner, or spend the week with students as a Resident Business Leader.
Volunteers interested in working with students participating in The Stock Market Game should contact Justin Simonson.
Help educators better understand the career skills needed to be successful in today’s workplace by hosting a Workshop participate for a half-day job shadow.