Career Day 2016 – Connect for Success

ECS College & Career Initiative presents:
Career Day 2016 – Connect for Success

November 10, 2016
9AM – 12PM
12:15PM Networking Lunch

Join us for our 10th Annual Career Day at Environmental Charter High School.

At ECHS, Career Day is a platform for inspiration, the exchange of ideas and sharing experiences. Community leaders and business professionals serve as presenters and workshop leaders as they share stories about the power of staying connected with our students. You are also invited to join us for a complimentary lunch of healthy eats where you can meet and exchange ideas with our students and network with other sustainably-minded professionals.

Sharing stories with our students!
This year’s Career Day speakers are represented from Toyota Motor Sales, Dogeared Jewelry, The Engineer Factory, AAA Flag & Banner, EarthShare CA, Netwrok for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), Heal the Bay, National Park Service, Falcon Waterfree Technologies, EmpowHER Institute, and many more! Click here for a full list of our 2016 Career Day Speakers.

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Keynote Speaker: Thomas Williams
As a Published Author, Public Speaker, Guest Lecturer and NFL Player Engagement Ambassador, Thomas R. Williams is “The Professional Reminder.” Thomas' passion is to serve as a reminder that you don’t have to look for “GREATNESS,” because it’s already inside of you. Thomas' audience is challenged to DREAM, DARE, and DO.

Thomas graduated from the USC with a degree in Sociology. During his years at USC, Thomas won 2 national championships and 3 Rose Bowls as a linebacker for the Trojans. Then as Thomas went on to play 5 years in the NFL he was not just focused on winning and competing, but rather mastering goal setting, teamwork, perseverance and leadership. After a career-ending injury in 2011, Thomas transitioned from being a game changer to a life changer. With both National and International speaking engagements Thomas went from tackling players to helping people tackle goals and accomplishments.