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- Students gain career awareness, learning employability skills and how to connect the world of school to the world of work through hands on activities and interaction with people from the workplace

- Students, parents and teachers learn more about the world of work

- Teachers can integrate workplace concepts and skills into their curriculum

- Schools and businesses are brought closer together

- Companies become active in their communities and demonstrate commitment to investing in the future

- Businesses can make an impact on public schools in their communities and influence educational change

- Business volunteers sharpen their verbal skills, develop pride in themselves, their companies and their jobs

- Schools gain an innovative program that motivates everyone involved

- Parents can directly contribute to and participate in program activities

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