Career planning steps your teen can take this winter

Career planning is one of the most important steps high school students take to prepare for a great future.  Unfortunately, it's often overlooked.Join us to find out what simple steps your teen can take this winter to learn about careers and figure out which ones fit their own unique design.Once you register, check your email for a Zoom link.  We look forward to seeing you on Thursday!

Member Q&A – Middle & High School

Have any questions about career exploration?  Need advice on what to do next?  Looking for ideas?Join David & Jill for a live Q&A session only for members of H4RL!Just be sure to register by 4:00 EDT on the day of the Q&A session.

Free webinar – 8 steps your teen can take toward a great future – this summer!

Want to help your teen plan for a great future, but don't know where to start?  Join us for this free webinar!  We'll share 8 simple steps your teen can take this summer to choose a major and find a career that will be a great fit.  Find out why most teens pick the wrong major and end up taking longer to graduate while they try to figure out their future during college.  Almost half end up paying for six years of college in order to get a four year degree.  Your teen CAN make a great choice even though they're young; they just need to know how.  Join us for this free parent webinar to find out how this summer can make a big difference for your teen's future.  You'll also receive a free gift!

Paying for College – Parent Workshop from H4RL

In this workshop, we'll help you understand the fundamentals of paying for college so you can focus on helping your teen make the most of their future!  After just one hour, you'll know about: What we discovered is costing families extra money – and how to avoid it How to get scholarships and loans so you pay less The most effective methods of saving for college and how you can save moreGet the knowledge you need to help your teen plan for the future with confidence!

Teen Career Planning – A workshop for parents

It isn't easy to figure out a path for your life when you're a teenager!  As a parent, it's tough to find the time to research effective methods for career exploration and planning.In this workshop, we'll show you how to help your teen

Nuclear Energy

Don't see a class time that works for you?  Click here to send us a message and tell us what days and times are convenient for you!The science, history, and future of nuclear energy. Learn about the basic building blocks of the universe, including subatomic particles. We’ll discuss the four fundamental forces in the universe (gravitational, electromagnetic, and weak & strong atomic forces) and how these combine to form atoms as well as how scientists use particle physics to harness this power for human use. Understand how stars are formed, generating the fundamental elements in the universe and how engineers tap into these same forces to provide power without producing greenhouse gases. We’ll explore the pros and cons of nuclear power and learn about a variety of careers related to these topics.

Humanitarian Engineering

Don't see a class time that works for you?  Click here to send us a message and tell us what days and times are convenient for you!90% of the world's engineering is done for only 10% of the population.  Why?  Money.  Find out about careers that make a difference.  Humanitarian engineering is all about creating innovations to change the lives of people living in poverty around the world by providing essentials such as clean water.  In this class we'll talk about projects happening around the globe, including our own experience with helping to put a well in a remote village in Kenya.  Want to change the world?

Product Design

Don't see a class time that works for you?  Click here to send us a message and tell us what days and times are convenient for you!Product design is the fusion of art and engineering.  In this exploratory class, high schoolers will learn how to think like a designer and understand the steps involved from concept to production as new products are developed.  Students will also learn about a variety of careers involved in product design and the different ways in which they contribute to the process.  The instructor is an engineer with over 15 years of experience designing products for a wide range of customers.  This is a single-session, 90-minute class taught live via Zoom.  Students will have the opportunity to ask questions during the class.