Free Program for high school students
Tuesday, February 11, 2020.  8:30am–2:30pm ∙ Horizons Conference Center, Saginaw
STUDENTS:  Register by Monday, February 4th to ensure your industry mentor choice.
No walk-in participants permitted.  Adults must register for lunch.

 

 

Premier Sponsors
Lunch Sponsors
Business/Industry Expo Sponsors

Student Sponsors

Gary Glaza, Reverend Wallace Mayton, Jen Carpenter
2020 Event Photos
 
 
 
 
 

Student Sessions

STUDENT AGENDA

8:30am                    Student Registration & Networking

9:00am-12:00pm     Student breakout sessions & guest speaker

12:00pm-1:00pm     Luncheon – Keynote Speaker Presentation

1:30pm-2:30pm       Local Industry and Business Expo

Morning Breakout Presentation

Protecting your online personal brand

In a world of social selfies, inappropriate pictures and political banter online, young adults need to know how what they post and share will impact their career in the future.  Megan Michels will share tips on gaining an online presence and building a following with your future career in mind. Learn the "do’s and don’ts" of social media for professionals, and get a head-start on a healthy network for the years to come. 

 

Click here to learn more about Megan.

Megan Michels

Owner/Founder

Thrive Social

 

Luncheon

The luncheon is designed to bring students and professionals together to participate in a presentation that is impactful at all stages of their careers; beginning or seasoned.  Please join us and interact with the next generation of community leaders.

Jon Lynch

President

Three Rivers Construction

 

Keynote Presentation

A Formula for Success

Putting Courage, Stability, and Leadership into action.

Do you have the courage necessary to take responsibility for inventing the future?  In light of what can seem to be a societal inclination toward divisive behavior, there is value in emphasizing that how things are done is just as important as what is being done.  Jon will share his inspiring thoughts and stories about critical leadership skills, problem diagnosis, appreciation for diverse perspectives, and action blindness.   Emerging leaders will be exposed to, and seasoned leaders will be reminded of, differences between solving problems and helping our communities & organizations thrive.

Click here to learn more about Jon.

2020 Mentors

Shanna Admire, Midland Public Schools

Dawn Boucher, Mannor Group

Sue Brown, Cabot

Remylin Bruder, Rochester University

Michele Cronkright, Aspire Salon & Spa

Ebony, Daniel-Ogweno, MERRILL

Jenny Dumont, A Place For Grace

Monica Hernandez, Delta College

Neena Hogle, Fearless Networking

KarenMcNish, Chemical Bank, A Division of TCF Bank

Karen McNish, Chemical Bank, a division of TCF Bank

Megan Michaels, Thrive Social, LLC

Sharon Miller, ITH Temporary Solutions

Chris Moultrup, Three Rivers Corporation

Elsa Olvera, Delta College

Rebecca Owen, Bay Area Real Estate

Jeremy Owen, Bay Area Real Estate

Jamie Price-Tober, Therapy Business soluntions, LLC

Sue Roche, Delta College

Mike Rush, Junior Achievement

Randy Schroder, Saginaw Twp. Police Department

Maggie Willett, SVSU

Tannika Williams, County of Saginaw

Photos and quotes from prior years events!

What past participants had to say…

  • Very helpful and empowering!

  • I loved everything about today.   It was personal & empowering. Today, I'm going home with more confidence and a better outlook on my life.

  • What you are doing is very important and I hope I am able to come back!

  • I wanted to spend even more time with mentors after lunch because I learned so much.

  • I learned things today that changed my goals for the future.

  • I learned the skills that businesses are looking for in me.  Now I know what to practice.

Call us:

(989) 631-0162

Find us: 

309 E. Indian St. Midland, MI 48640

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