Exploring (Coed ages 10 – 20)
Exploring is a unique career exploration program that provides students with an opportunity to learn about a career and network with professionals working in that field. Young men and women gain hands-on experience to determine whether or not a particular career field is right for them, and meet other youth that share their same interests.
Exploring can be the first step in identifying career possibilities while having fun in an exciting and informal environment.
- Strong personal values and character development
- Build self-worth and self-confidence
- Leadership skills training and development
- Unique career experiences, networking & internships
- Group collaboration and teamwork
- Add Exploring to college, job and scholarship applications!
Police Explorers Post 911
Young men and women, ages 14 – 20 years, are invited to join Post 911. Sponsored by the Piedmont Police, Post 911 assists with traffic control, patrol car ride-along observation, radio operation, and special events.
Explorers receive monthly training in the criminal justice system, law enforcement, community policing, investigations, firearm safety, and self-defense. Under the guidance of advisors, members develop confidence, discipline, leadership and teamwork skills and compete in regional skill competitions.
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Adult volunteers underpin the success of each program. Volunteer and discover the benefits of sharing common experiences alongside teens, learning new skills, and having fun while supporting, coaching and training our youth. Participate at any level – from event volunteer to a crew advisor – and make a positive impact on a young person’s future.