Each year Hendricks CareerTek hosts its Dare to Dream speaker. This annual event bring together students from the greater Beloit area and business leaders to hear inspiring messages that resonate with both youth and adults alike.
It was our privilege to kick off our inaugural event in 2017 with Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs. The following year Travis Mills, a quadruple amputee from Afghanistan provided inspiration and motivation with his moto: “Never give up. Never quit.” This year CareerTek will present a speaker you won’t want to miss!
Dare to Dream is an inspiring annual event that serves as a reminder to use our given gifts and that there is strength and courage within all of us.
Today‘s Dreamers Tomorrow’s Leaders
Inspiring young ladies to embrace their futures!
We gather together with local young ladies for the purpose of celebrating successful women in careers while raising money for the Stateline Boys & Girls club. We promote and create an environment for young ladies to explore career paths while connecting them with successful women and their stories. Additionally, this event exposes young ladies to successful business women increasing awareness of career opportunities for young ladies in our community and country. Finally, this event hopes to help increase girls enrollment and build financial support for the Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs.
Partnering With The Commons
These Innovation Sprints are timed challenges great for quickly generating new ideas, testing viable concepts, and building relationships.
The Commons has gamified and improved the traditional learning process with yielding more ideas, stronger concepts, and more network connections for everyone involved. This program is a turnkey solution for organizations to engage with a diverse group of young talent, fully facilitated by The Commons.
Partnering with The Commons gives a holistic blend of innovation, cultural, and talent strategies.
Through our turnkey innovation experiences, we deliver deeply engaging professional development opportunities for rising leaders internally, while connecting the organization to a robust and diverse pipeline of external talent from local high schools. This mix of internal talent development and external talent attraction leads to a dynamic and collaborative system for retaining the most driven problem-solvers.