Work-Based Learning Virtual Career Fair

With the support of community partners sharing their time to empower youth with career presentations, these videos are filled with valuable information heightening your career awareness. Watching them is an excellent way to learn about the skills and education needed to obtain careers across various pathways. Many speakers have included additional resources and links, which can be found below.

College Athletic Director: Donald Brooks

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Corporate Finance: Karen Fascina

A University of Florida graduate, Karen Fiscina has worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies. Learn more about business, finance, and corporate consulting by viewing Karen’s video.
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Cyber Security: Nandita Rao

A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (2011) in Pittsburgh, PA, Nandita Rao is now a business owner. for a cybersecurity firm. Learn more from watching her video and taking her advice; “…apply for internships so that you can see how your chosen career operates…”
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Financial Analyst: Nicole Skrinnik and Kevin Kelley

Nicole Skrinnik, a recent University of California Berkeley (2019) joined Union Bank as a financial analyst. With a major in Business Administration, Nicole shares her knowledge about business and finance with Junior Achievement and Oak Tech High School students.
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Broadcast Journalism: Pendarvis Harshaw, KQED

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Pediatric Nurse: Kayla Stuart

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Energy Utility Management: Alisa Okelo-Odongo

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Social Worker Supervisor: Jeanetta Mack

Jeanetta Mack is a graduate of Oakland Senior High School, University of California Berkeley (BA), and California State University, East Bay (MS Ed). After joining the teaching corps as part of Teach for America, Jeannetta became a social worker and now supervises a team of social workers with Alameda County Social Services. Learn more about her career pathway to social work supervision, and how you can work in the social services field.
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