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Groundhog Job Shadow Day

December 14, 2023

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  • Friday, February 2, 2024

  • 9:00 to 11:45: On-Site Job Shadowing
    12:30 to 2:00 pm: Hosted Lunch/Speakers/Raffle

  • Main Folsom Campus (Map & Directions)

Students well get an up-close look at the specifics of an actual career and how the skills they learn in school can be put into effective action on the job.

Folsom Lake College (FLC)'s Career Education department is excited to announce its Inaugural Groundhog Job Shadow Day!

For students, the benefits include providing a platform to interact with a variety of professionals with different levels of responsibility, identifying career paths within a department or company, and making connections between school curriculum and the skills, values, and knowledge needed for a career of interest.

For employers, it showcases their place of work by increasing visibility within the community, strengthens and promotes their involvement in education, helps prepare the future workforce by allowing students to learn about careers in their industry or line of work, and helps to be a positive adult role model.

We invite students and employers to participate in FLC's Career Education department's local effort to inspire the next generation of professionals. Following the on-site job shadowing experience, join us for a hosted lunch with motivational speakers in the Falcon’s Roost at Folsom Lake College.

Register Today!

A limited number of students will be able to participate, so register today! Employers and students - Please submit your interest by filling out the appropriate form below.


Email Ashley Slovak

Related Links

Career and Transfer Center
The Career and Transfer Center (CTC) supports students in the areas of choosing a major, career exploration, career counseling, job preparation, and transfer preparation and planning.

Work Experience and Internship Program
The Work Experience (WEXP) and Internship Program allows students to gain marketable skills and knowledge while earning college credit.

Learning-Aligned Employment Program (LAEP)
LAEP allows students to obtain jobs or internships that relate to their area of study, career objective, or the exploration of career objectives.