We are always working with companies and organizations to establish new Career exploring posts.

The benefits include:
  • Easy to start a post
  • Proven & Flexible Model
  • Nationally recognized & endorsed
  • Positive Community Involvement
  • Potential Future Employees
  • Youth mentoring and development
  • Employee Professional Growth
  • Strong local and national support
  • General Liability Insurance

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Career Exploring is a worksite-based program for young men and women ages 14 (and have completed the 8th grade) through 20 years old. The purpose of the Exploring program is to provide real world career experiences and develop other critical skills necessary for success in a college and a career including:

  • Leadership development
  • Character Development
  • Social & Professional Networking
  • Community Service

Exploring is based on a unique and dynamic relationship between youth and the organizations in their communities. Businesses and community organizations initiate a specific Career Explorer post by matching their people and program resources to the interests of youth in the community. The result is a program of activities that helps youth pursue their special interests, grow, and develop.

We work with thousands of local, regional, and national businesses and organizations to deliver the Career Exploring program. Career Exploring posts have been successfully established representing over 100 different career fields.


1. Nursing
2. Attorney
3. Teaching
4. General Business
5. Physician
6. Psychology
7. Professional Athlete
8. Photography
9. Architecture
10. Veterinarian
11. Therapist (PT /OT / CT)
12. Engineering
13. Sports Medicine
14. (Federal) Law Enforcement
15. Mechanical Engineer
16. Automotive Technician
17. Interior Design
18. Computer Engr / Programmer
19. Health careers (general)
20. Pharmaceutical
21. Accounting
22. Journalism
23. Dentistry
24. Music
25. Fire service

26. Military service
27. Pilot
28. Judge
29. Aviation technician
30. Website designer
31. Forensic science
32. General science
33. Actor/actress
34. Fashion designer
35. Artist
36. Barber / cosmetology
37. Author
38. Dancer
39. Chef / Baker
40. TV / Movie producer
41. Marine biologist
42. Marketing
43. Electrical engineer
44. Anesthesiologist
45. Radiologist
46. Food Service / Restaurant owner
47. Graphic artist
48. Geneticist
49. Nuclear engineer
50. Paralegal

The Career Exploring Program provides:

Career Opportunities

  • Develop potential contacts that may broaden employment options
  • Boost self-confidence and experience success at school and work

Life Skills

  • Develop physical and mental fitness
  • Experience positive social interaction


  • Encourage the skill and desire to help others
  • Gain a keen respect for the basic rights of others

Character Development

  • Help make ethical choices
  • Fulfill one’s responsibilities to society as a whole

Leadership Experience

  • Acquire leadership skills
  • Develop a variety of leadership traits

Youth involved in Exploring will

  • Gain practical knowledge of and experience in a career
  • Engage in a program of activities centered on career opportunities, life skills, citizenship, character development, and leadership experience to encourage the development of the whole person
  • Have opportunities to take on leadership roles


The general liability policy issued to Learning for Life provides primary liability insurance coverage for all participating organizations with an Explorer post. Automobile liability coverage is provided on a secondary or excess basis. All vehicles used in Exploring activities must be covered by automobile liability insurance with limits that meet or exceed the requirements of the state in which the vehicle is licensed. A $100,000 combined single limit is recommended. Any vehicle designed to carry 10 or more passengers is required to have limits of $100,000/$500,000/$100,000 or $500,000 combined single limit.

Although our general liability coverage has been extended on a primary basis to the participating organizations, the coverage for our volunteers remains on an excess basis. Any insurance coverage that a volunteer has, such as a homeowner policy or overage on his or her personal automobile, will still protect the volunteer on a primary basis, and Learning for Life’s coverage will be over and above the limits that the individual volunteer has purchased. If the volunteer has no personal insurance, then our coverage will extend to cover him or her immediately. There is no coverage for those who commit intentional or criminal acts. Liability insurance is purchased to provide financial protection in the event of accidents or injury that is neither expected nor intended.