Providing career exploration, career development, and career opportunities to youth in the Greater Beloit community.

  • Career Exploration

    • Job Shadow
    • Microbadge
    • Youth Apprenticeship
    • Resume,  Cover Letter Writing
    • Finance
    • Biz Tank
    • Craftsmen & Women of Character
  • Healthcare Programs

    • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
    • Healthcare Exploration
    • Field Trips
    • SCRUBS
  • Special Events

    • Dare To Dream
    • Today’s Dreamers Tomorrow’s Leaders
    • Innovation Sprint

Summer Academies Registration CLOSED

We are excited to offer 23 career exploration Summer Academies to students 6th-12th grades.

Congratulations to our Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to our Scholarship Recipients

College / Trade / Apprenticeship Scholarships

Application window open until March 31, 2023

See What Else Is Coming Up!

Explore Trades Hands-On After School Program 4 Tuesdays starting 2/6/24

Hendricks CareerTek 625 3rd St, Suite 200, Beloit, WI, United States

4 Week, Hands-On After School Program Students enrolled in the February Trades after school program will learn about tiling floors and walls. Students will get practice mixing and working with mortar and thinset. Students will also learn how to install tile products in a home. Registration is open from December 15th-31st with spots available for […]

Explore Health Care Hands-On After School Program 4 Wednesdays starting 2/7/24

Hendricks CareerTek 625 3rd St, Suite 200, Beloit, WI, United States

4 Week, Hands-On After School Program February's After School Healthcare Program will spotlight career paths in healthcare, particularly those related to assisted living. From caregivers and nursing assistants to healthcare administrators, there are a variety of professionals who play a crucial role in supporting individuals in assisted living facilities. Through engaging activities, students will gain […]

BIFF Student Filmmaker Workshop
Starting 02/28/24

Hendricks CareerTek 625 3rd St, Suite 200, Beloit, WI, United States

A great opportunity for students (grades 7th - 12th) to collaborate with professional filmmakers and learn how to make movies.

Explore Technology
Hands-On After School Program
4 Thursdays starting 2/8/24

Hendricks CareerTek 625 3rd St, Suite 200, Beloit, WI, United States

4 Week, Hands-On After School Program Students enrolled in February's After School Technology Program will learn a Computer Aided Design Program called SolidWorks. Students will be able to design different parts based off of CAD drawings, create multipart assemblies, and will be introduced to several manufacturing processes including: 3D printing CNC Milling Laser Engraving/Cutting. Registration […]

Student’s Testimonials

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Conversations with professionals about their careers and how interested students might prepare themselves.

Episode 28
Seth Nathan, Trades Foreman, CCI

Today Seth Nathan, Foreman for General Trades Division, CCI is interviewed by Director of Education Services, Susan Day.

Seth explains what the General Trades/Carpentry Division is responsible for and what specifically his team is working on today at the stadium project. He talks about his own training and background as well as CCI’s apprenticeship program for carpenters and what they learn.

Episode 27
Ian, Project Manager, Aldridge Electric

Today Ian, Project Manager for Aldridge Electric is interviewed by high school student Katherine Cobos.

Ian shares the kinds of work Aldridge Electric does and what he does as a Project Manager. He talks about his team’s role in the stadium project and then shares his background and training to enter the field and get to his current position.

Episode 26
Cathy & Ashley, Sr. Project Managers, NGU Sports Lighting

Today Cathy and Ashley Matt, Senior Project Managers, NGU Sports Lighting is interviewed by high school student, Katherine Cobos.

Cathy and Ashley share with us some of the engineering that goes into meeting the lighting requirements for various sporting, arena and baseball park applications. Further they talk about their individual education and training backgrounds leading to their current responsibilities. Finally they share what makes their career interesting and personally fulfilling.

Partnerships For Community Youth

Hendricks CareerTek is an exciting initiative by the Hendricks Family Foundation, responding to a need in the Greater Beloit region for career development and education for area youths. This facility represents a commitment by the Hendricks Family and other committed leaders to innovation and education for students by making known the wonderful and viable career opportunities that exist in their own community.


“CareerTek is about exposure, exploration and opportunity.  Hands-on exploration is a powerful tool in helping children understand their interests and  strengths, and even what they don’t like.  It helps them learn about the world around them and exposes them to the range of opportunities available in our community. Most importantly, it can help them map a path to a successful future after graduation.”

“Career Tek will create endless opportunities to help more youth of the Stateline achieve Great Futures!”

Mark Rand | Stateline Boys and Girls Club

“You’d help guide and mold, but from the start, you wouldn’t be molding someone into something they don’t want to be”

Dude Frank | Comply 365

“Most important is the success of our students, but if we can help our businesses along the way then we have done something”

Kim Bliss | Director of Community Development - Hendricks Holdings Company
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