Job Shadow Program

Summer Job Shadow 2021

Program Dates: May 17-21st
Application Opens: Monday, March 22nd
Application Closes: Friday, April 9th

A job shadow is a 1-day experience designed to explore a specific career path and experience a typical day in the life of an employee or team. Job shadows can include a tour of the workplace, a discussion about job responsibilities, and the opportunity to watch and experience a day on the job. This summer, job shadows are available in the areas of engineering, entrepreneurship, business, construction management, computer science, communication, design, social services, life sciences, manufacturing, and more.

A job shadow is valuable because it:

  • Provides the real-life experience needed to confirm or redirect your career path.
  • Demonstrates the skills necessary to excel in that field.
  • Provides valuable insight into the current trends and jargon of the industry.
  • Helps you start building your professional network.
  • Increases your self-confidence, professionalism, and communication skills.

Student Testimonials

" The most valuable part of my job shadow experience was that I was able to get a real-life, realistic view into the work field and environment. I was able to learn so much from the experiences and advice of people who had many years of work experience under their belts."

" This experience has convinced me that accounting will be the major I pursue at a 4-year school after I graduate from NCC. I was able to get a lot of my questions about the career field answered and I now have a much clearer picture of what to expect once I reenter the workforce."

Application

To apply, complete the following online application by April 9th.
Summer Job Shadow Application

Engineering

Tobyhanna Army Depot
Electronics Maintenance Facility
Preferred Majors:
Engineering, Electronics, Welding, IT, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Communications, Math

Tobyhanna is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. Through this experience, you will gain insight into the wide range of occupations that support the largest employer in Monroe County. This job shadow will educate you on the innovative work Tobyhanna Army Depot does and provide the opportunity to work directly with someone in your choice of the following jobs: electronics, welding, machining, sheet metal, business administration/management, supply chain, logistics, engineering (electronics, mechanical, computer, environmental, chemical, and industrial), information technology, computer science, accounting/budget, public affairs, social work, quality & process improvement, and security. You’ll also learn more about the Pathways Program which provides opportunities for summer internships and recent college graduates. Gain insight into Tobyhanna's unparalleled capabilities that include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.

May 18th or 19th 9:00 - 12:30 pm
In-person or virtual (TBD)
Up to 20 students

Lutron
Electronics / Manufacturing
Preferred Majors:
Electronics / electrical technology, computer/systems tech, mechanical engineering technology, Engineering

Lutron is a worldwide industry leader focused on innovation and energy conservation. They manufacture a full range of light control products, from individual dimmers and automated window shades to total light management systems. This job shadow will highlight some of their technician roles who work in a hands-on environment as members of cross-functional engineering teams – supporting the development of new products. You will also have the opportunity to hear from engineers who work closely with the technicians on the product development process from the initial concept, through the development, testing, manufacturing, and support phases. As part of their career development, technicians rotate through our multiple engineering teams, gaining exposure to the broad range of technologies employed in our products. Lutron will also be giving a virtual tour of the residential and commercial experience exposing you to the breadth of products they produce and what careers relate to those products. Lastly, you’ll hear from a panel of professionals at Lutron who will share details about their job duties, their career path, and be available to answer any questions you have!

Friday, May 21
Up to 15 students
Virtual
9:00 - 12:30 pm

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Construction Management
Preferred Majors:
Construction Management, Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer


Whiting-Turner provides construction management, general contracting, design-build and integrated project delivery services on projects small and large for a diverse group of customers. This job shadow will allow you to experience firsthand what Construction Management has to offer! Throughout your experience, you will gain insight into how work is coordinated with project owner representatives, architects, engineers, inspectors, and site subcontractors. You’ll also learn about the bidding process and tracking a project budget. A great opportunity to learn more about project management and the jobs involved in the process.

Thursday, May 20
Virtual
Up to 2 students

Entrepreneurship

Follett Family Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Preferred Majors:
We are open to all. Any student that is interested in entrepreneurship, engineering, creativity, innovation, arts, business management and exploratory studies should be included in this job shadow.

The Follett Family Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is an experiential learning space for NCC students. It's a space where underprivileged and underserved entrepreneurial thinkers can bring their ideas into reality. This job shadow will provide students with the opportunity to meet and interact with five highly successful entrepreneurs, learn to further their skills in the Fab Lab, and understand how having an entrepreneurial mindset is key to success. Confirmed presenters: Tim Fehr, BerkOne; Kevin Campbell, Barry Isett & Associations; Steve Follett. You will also have the opportunity to tour the Fab Lab and learn from two entrepreneurs who started their business using the space. This experience is for all students – not just those looking to start a business venture.

The afternoon will feature 3 different tracks, depending on student interest.

  1. Engineering & Construction Focused - Company: Barry Isett & Associates, a multi-discipline firm that can provide single-source engineering and start-to-finish project involvement in the design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and replacement of facilities.
  2. Business & Tech Focused - Company: BerkOne, who delivers content and process automation solutions to thousands of clients, providing them with the highest level of audit and compliance in the industry through the use of technology – great for students interested in business or computer science.
  3. Design & Maker Focused - Companies: Tangency Design (Sean Kernan) and Filament innovations (Michael Gorski)- both companies that used the NCC Fab Lab to start their business ventures. They will showcase some of the aspects of the Fab Lab and how they used those to launch their businesses. Don’t miss out on this amazing networking opportunity!

Wednesday, May 19
Full-Day, In-Person (8:30 - 4:00 pm)
Up to 20 students

Business & Accounting

Tobyhanna Army Depot
Electronics Maintenance Facility
Preferred Majors:
Engineering, Electronics, Welding, IT, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Communications, Math

Tobyhanna is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. Through this experience, you will gain insight into the wide range of occupations that support the largest employer in Monroe County. This job shadow will educate you on the innovative work Tobyhanna Army Depot does and provide the opportunity to work directly with someone in your choice of the following jobs: electronics, welding, machining, sheet metal, business administration/management, supply chain, logistics, engineering (electronics, mechanical, computer, environmental, chemical, and industrial), information technology, computer science, accounting/budget, public affairs, social work, quality and process improvement, and security. You’ll also learn more about the Pathways Program which provides opportunities for summer internships and recent college graduates. Gain insight into Tobyhanna's unparalleled capabilities that include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.

May 18th or 19th
9:00 - 12:30 pm
In-person or virtual (TBD)
Up to 20 students

Follett Family Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Preferred Majors:
We are open to all. Any student that is interested in entrepreneurship, engineering, creativity, innovation, arts, business management and exploratory studies should be included in this job shadow.

The Follett Family Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is an experiential learning space for NCC students. It's a space where underprivileged and underserved entrepreneurial thinkers can bring their ideas into reality. This job shadow will provide students with the opportunity to meet and interact with five highly successful entrepreneurs, learn to further their skills in the Fab Lab, and understand how having an entrepreneurial mindset is key to success. Confirmed presenters: Tim Fehr, BerkOne; Kevin Campbell, Barry Isett & Associations; Steve Follett. You will also have the opportunity to tour the Fab Lab and learn from two entrepreneurs who started their business using the space. This experience is for all students – not just those looking to start a business venture.

The afternoon will feature 3 different tracks, depending on student interest.

  1. Engineering & Construction Focused - Company: Barry Isett & Associates, a multi-discipline firm that can provide single-source engineering and start-to-finish project involvement in the design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and replacement of facilities.
  2. Business & Tech Focused - Company: BerkOne, which delivers content and process automation solutions to thousands of clients, providing them with the highest level of audit and compliance in the industry through the use of technology – great for students interested in business or computer science.
  3. Design & Maker Focused - Companies: Tangency Design (Sean Kernan) and Filament innovations (Michael Gorski)- both companies that used the NCC Fab Lab to start their business ventures. They will showcase some of the aspects of the Fab Lab and how they used those to launch their businesses.

Don’t miss out on this amazing networking opportunity!

Wednesday, May 19
Full-Day, In-Person (8:30 – 4:00 pm)

Faces International
Marketing and Education
Preferred Majors:
Marketing, Human Resources, Business, Education, Leadership

Faces International is a full-service marketing company offering social media marketing, videography, graphic design, brand campaigns and staff training and development. A student can expect to get an inside look at how we do our work and how all elements of our company fit into an ecosystem of community growth and business success. Students may be included in business meetings and strategy sessions depending on what is happening in our world at the moment they join us.

Wednesday, May 19
9:00 - 12:30 pm
Virtual
Up to 5 students

Concannon Miller
Financial
Preferred Majors:
Business, Accounting

Concannon Miller is a full-service tax, accounting, and consulting firm providing the vision, strategy, and insight that help businesses work better and people work smarter. You’ll meet with a few individuals from the company and will discuss the scope of work done at Concannon Miller and then do a Q&A on anything students want to learn! You’ll also learn how to interact with clients, tips on how to do well in an interview, and what employers are looking for in potential employees. Students can ask questions about what it’s like working in the accounting industry in the 2021 pandemic world as well as things you can do to develop their professional skills.

Friday, May 21
1:00 – 3:30 pm
Up to 5 students, minimum of 3

Construction Management

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Construction Management
Preferred Majors:
Construction Management, Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer

Whiting-Turner provides construction management, general contracting, design-build, and integrated project delivery services on projects small and large for a diverse group of customers. This job shadow will allow you to experience firsthand what Construction Management has to offer! Throughout your experience, you will gain insight into how work is coordinated with project owner representatives, architects, engineers, inspectors, and site subcontractors. You’ll also learn about the bidding process and tracking a project budget. A great opportunity to learn more about project management and the jobs involved in the process.

Thursday, May 20
Virtual
Up to 2 students

Computer Science & IT

Tobyhanna Army Depot
Electronics Maintenance Facility
Preferred Majors:
Engineering, Electronics, Welding, IT, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Communications, Math

Tobyhanna is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. Through this experience, you will gain insight into the wide range of occupations that support the largest employer in Monroe County. This job shadow will educate you on the innovative work Tobyhanna Army Depot does and provide the opportunity to work directly with someone in your choice of the following jobs: electronics, welding, machining, sheet metal, business administration/management, supply chain, logistics, engineering (electronics, mechanical, computer, environmental, chemical, and industrial), information technology, computer science, accounting/budget, public affairs, social work, quality & process improvement, and security. You’ll also learn more about the Pathways Program which provides opportunities for summer internships and recent college graduates. Gain insight into Tobyhanna's unparalleled capabilities that include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.

May 18th or 19th
9:00 - 12:30 pm
In-person or virtual (TBD)
Up to 20 students

Lutron
Electronics / Manufacturing
Preferred Majors:
Electronics / electrical technology, computer/systems tech, mechanical engineering technology, Engineering

Lutron is a worldwide industry leader focused on innovation and energy conservation. They manufacture a full range of light control products, from individual dimmers and automated window shades to total light management systems. This job shadow will highlight some of their technician roles who work in a hands-on environment as members of cross-functional engineering teams – supporting the development of new products. You will also have the opportunity to hear from engineers who work closely with the technicians on the product development process from the initial concept, through the development, testing, manufacturing, and support phases. As part of their career development, technicians rotate through our multiple engineering teams, gaining exposure to the broad range of technologies employed in our products. Lutron will also be giving a virtual tour of the residential and commercial experience exposing you to the breadth of products they produce and what careers relate to those products. Lastly, you’ll hear from a panel of professionals at Lutron who will share details about their job duties, their career path, and be available to answer any questions you have!

Friday, May 21
Up to 15 students
Virtual
9:00 - 12:30 pm

Communications

Tobyhanna Army Depot
Electronics Maintenance Facility
Preferred Majors:
Engineering, Electronics, Welding, IT, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Communications, Math

Tobyhanna is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. Through this experience, you will gain insight into the wide range of occupations that support the largest employer in Monroe County. This job shadow will educate you on the innovative work Tobyhanna Army Depot does and provide the opportunity to work directly with someone in your choice of the following jobs: electronics, welding, machining, sheet metal, business administration/management, supply chain, logistics, engineering (electronics, mechanical, computer, environmental, chemical, and industrial), information technology, computer science, accounting/budget, public affairs, social work, quality & process improvement, and security. You’ll also learn more about the Pathways Program which provides opportunities for summer internships and recent college graduates. Gain insight into Tobyhanna's unparalleled capabilities that include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.

May 18th or 19th
9:00 - 12:30 pm
In-person or virtual (TBD)
Up to 20 students

Faces International
Marketing and Education
Preferred Majors:
Marketing, Human Resources, Business, Education, Leadership

Faces International is a full-service marketing company offering social media marketing, videography, graphic design, brand campaigns and staff training and development. A student can expect to get an inside look at how we do our work and how all elements of our company fit into an ecosystem of community growth and business success. Students may be included in business meetings and strategy sessions depending on what is happening in our world at the moment they join us.

Wednesday, May 19
9:00 - 12:30 pm
Virtual
Up to 5 students

Culinary & Restaurant Management

Terry's Italian Restaurant
Culinary
Preferred Major:
Culinary

Terry’s is a small family-owned Italian Restaurant. The chef in their kitchen is a graduate of the NCC culinary program and their Sou Chef is presently a student in the NCC Restaurant / Hotel Management Program. This experience would be small and personal, allow you to truly spend time one on one with professionals that have been exactly where you are! A great opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes view into what goes into putting out delicious traditional family recipes, homemade pasta, and regionally famous pizza.

Thursday, May 20
1 student
In-person
2 – 9:00 pm (tentative)

SURV Restaurant
Culinary
Preferred Major:
Culinary, Hotel/Restaurant Management

Surv features casual upscale dining featuring American and Asian fusion cuisine in Forks Township, Easton, PA. This is a new restaurant that recently opened by the owners of Edge Restaurant. Through this experience, you will learn the ins and outs of daily front-of-the-house restaurant operations. You will get to shadow individuals and see how the restaurant is run while also learning firsthand how they implement policies to keep staff and patrons safe during COVID restrictions. This is a wonderful opportunity for any student interested in hotel or restaurant management!

Thursday, May 20
Full-Day (afternoon/evening)
1 student In-Person

Design

Cliff Ross
Graphic Design, Branding, and Advertising
Preferred Majors:
Communication Design, Print/Web and New Media

Cliff Ross is an ad agency, design studio, and print shop based in Easton, PA. During the job shadow you can expect an:

  • Observation of social media management and custom content creation
  • Observation of the dynamic of the team working on design projects
  • Observation of the printing and finishing of print jobs
  • Overview of day-to-day activities and Q&A about careers in the ad design/graphic and design/printing fields
  • Opportunity to meet and speak with staff about the work they do in their different roles

May 19th and May 21st
2:00 - 4:30 pm
In-person
2 students each, 4 students total

Faces International
Marketing and Education
Preferred Majors:
Marketing, Human Resources, Business, Education, Leadership

Faces International is a full-service marketing company offering social media marketing, videography, graphic design, brand campaigns and staff training and development. A student can expect to get an inside look at how we do our work and how all elements of our company fit into an ecosystem of community growth and business success. Students may be included in business meetings and strategy sessions depending on what is happening in our world at the moment they join us.

Wednesday, May 19
9:00 - 12:30 pm
Virtual
Up to 5 students

Follett Family Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Preferred Majors:
We are open to all. Any student that is interested in entrepreneurship, engineering, creativity, innovation, arts, business management and exploratory studies should be included in this job shadow.

The Follett Family Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is an experiential learning space for NCC students. It's a space where underprivileged and underserved entrepreneurial thinkers can bring their ideas into reality. This job shadow will provide students with the opportunity to meet and interact with five highly successful entrepreneurs, learn to further their skills in the Fab Lab, and understand how having an entrepreneurial mindset is key to success. Confirmed presenters: Tim Fehr, BerkOne; Kevin Campbell, Barry Isett & Associations; Steve Follett. You will also have the opportunity to tour the Fab Lab and learn from two entrepreneurs who started their business using the space. This experience is for all students – not just those looking to start a business venture.

The afternoon will feature 3 different tracks, depending on student interest.

  1. Engineering & Construction Focused - Company: Barry Isett & Associates, a multi-discipline firm that can provide single-source engineering and start-to-finish project involvement in the design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and replacement of facilities.
  2. Business & Tech Focused - Company: BerkOne, who delivers content and process automation solutions to thousands of clients, providing them with the highest level of audit and compliance in the industry through the use of technology – great for students interested in business or computer science.
  3. Design & Maker Focused - Companies: Tangency Design (Sean Kernan) and Filament innovations (Michael Gorski)- both companies that used the NCC Fab Lab to start their business ventures. They will showcase some of the aspects of the Fab Lab and how they used those to launch their businesses.

Don’t miss out on this amazing networking opportunity!

Wednesday, May 19
Full-Day, In-Person (8:30 – 4:00 pm)

Healthcare Administration

Allentown Family Foot Care
Healthcare
Preferred Majors:
Health Care Office Administration, Healthcare Management, Healthcare Administration

Allentown Family Foot Care is a patient-focused Podiatry Practice with three convenient locations and over 30 years in the Lehigh Valley Area. Through your job shadow, you will hear from physicians, managers, and administrative personnel on what duties and tasks they accomplish every day to help the collective team deliver exceptional patient care! This experience will be useful for anyone pursuing Healthcare Administration.

Monday, May 17
9:00 - 12:30 pm
In Person Up to 5 students

Social Services & Life Sciences

Non-Profit Management: United Way & NCC
Non-Profit
Preferred Majors:
Social Work, Psychology, Applied Psychology, Business

Interested in learning more about human services, non-profit, or serving others? This job shadow will allow you to spend one on one time with 2 women who have over 40 years combined experience in serving our community. Maryann Haytmanek oversees the Spartan Aid, KEYS, and New Choices programs that serves and supports NCC’s low-income students since 1980. In this role, she has witnessed many students’ financial, emotional, practical, and academic challenges as they pursue their post-secondary education. Jennifer Nicolosi, Assistant Director of the Americorps Program, is an NCC alum '05 who went on to complete her Bachelors of Public Administration at Kutztown University. AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) is an anti-poverty program that provides full-time and Summer Associate service members to nonprofit organizations and local agencies that serve low-income communities.

Half Day
Virtual
2 students

Access Services
Public health, Human services
Preferred Majors:
Psychology, Social Work, Applied Psych

Since 1976, Access Services has been empowering countless individuals and their families in Eastern Pennsylvania through community-based, innovative special needs and disability services. From community day programs to respite care to our mobile crisis center and other behavioral health opportunities, we have made it our mission to provide those in need with companionship, resources, and opportunities to grow as part of a community. This experience will allow students interested in non-profit or social services to meet professionals in the field and learn from their experience. You’ll hear more about day-to-day job responsibilities, their career journey, and gain exposure to the services they provide and how they engage with their clients.

Thursday, May 20
Half Day
Up to 10 students

Tobyhanna Army Depot
Electronics Maintenance Facility
Preferred Majors:
Engineering, Electronics, Welding, IT, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Communications, Math, Social Work

Tobyhanna is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. Through this experience, you will gain insight into the wide range of occupations that support the largest employer in Monroe County. This job shadow will educate you on the innovative work Tobyhanna Army Depot does and provide the opportunity to work directly with someone in your choice of the following jobs: electronics, welding, machining, sheet metal, business administration/management, supply chain, logistics, engineering (electronics, mechanical, computer, environmental, chemical, and industrial), information technology, computer science, accounting/budget, public affairs, social work, quality & process improvement, and security. You’ll also learn more about the Pathways Program which provides opportunities for summer internships and recent college graduates. Gain insight into Tobyhanna's unparalleled capabilities that include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.

May 18th or 19th
9:00 - 12:30 pm
In-person or virtual (TBD)
Up to 20 students

Science

FOCUS Laboratories
Life Sciences
Preferred Majors:
Biology, Chemistry

FOCUS Laboratories is an FDA registered, cGMP compliant laboratory in Bethlehem, PA offering quality control testing to life science industries around the country. While our primary customer base is pharmaceuticals and medical devices, our testing services are also employed on cosmetic, veterinary, food, and other consumer products. Our mission is to provide microbiological and chemical data to confirm product potency in a compliant, quick, cost-effective, and consultative manner. Through this job shadow, you will get to spend time in a lab environment, learn about the equipment and skills needed, and speak with employees about their jobs.

Thursday, May 20
1:00 - 4:00 pm
In-Person
Up to 5 students

Manufacturing/Industry

Tobyhanna Army Depot
Electronics Maintenance Facility
Preferred Majors:
Engineering, Electronics, Welding, IT, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Communications, Math

Tobyhanna is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. Through this experience, you will gain insight into the wide range of occupations that support the largest employer in Monroe County. This job shadow will educate you on the innovative work Tobyhanna Army Depot does and provide the opportunity to work directly with someone in your choice of the following jobs: electronics, welding, machining, sheet metal, business administration/management, supply chain, logistics, engineering (electronics, mechanical, computer, environmental, chemical, and industrial), information technology, computer science, accounting/budget, public affairs, social work, quality & process improvement, and security. You’ll also learn more about the Pathways Program which provides opportunities for summer internships and recent college graduates. Gain insight into Tobyhanna's unparalleled capabilities that include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.

May 18th or 19th
9:00 - 12:30 pm
In-person or virtual (TBD)
Up to 20 students

Lutron
Electronics / Manufacturing
Preferred Majors:
Electronics / electrical technology, computer/systems tech, mechanical engineering technology, Engineering

Lutron is a worldwide industry leader focused on innovation and energy conservation. They manufacture a full range of light control products, from individual dimmers and automated window shades to total light management systems.

This job shadow will highlight some of their technician roles who work in a hands-on environment as members of cross-functional engineering teams – supporting the development of new products. You will also have the opportunity to hear from engineers who work closely with the technicians on the product development process from the initial concept, through the development, testing, manufacturing, and support phases. As part of their career development, technicians rotate through our multiple engineering teams, gaining exposure to the broad range of technologies employed in our products. Lutron will also be giving a virtual tour of the residential and commercial experience exposing you to the breadth of products they produce and what careers relate to those products. Lastly, you’ll hear from a panel of professionals at Lutron who will share details about their job duties, their career path, and be available to answer any questions you have!

Friday, May 21
Up to 15 students
Virtual
9:00 - 12:30 pm

Criminal Justice

Tobyhanna Army Depot
Electronics Maintenance Facility
Preferred Majors:
Engineering, Electronics, Welding, IT, Computer Science, Business, Accounting, Communications, Math, Criminal Justice, Social Work

Tobyhanna is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Systems across the Department of Defense. Through this experience, you will gain insight into the wide range of occupations that support the largest employer in Monroe County. This job shadow will educate you on the innovative work Tobyhanna Army Depot does and provide the opportunity to work directly with someone in your choice of the following jobs: electronics, welding, machining, sheet metal, business administration/management, supply chain, logistics, engineering (electronics, mechanical, computer, environmental, chemical, and industrial), information technology, computer science, accounting/budget, public affairs, social work, quality & process improvement, and security. You’ll also learn more about the Pathways Program which provides opportunities for summer internships and recent college graduates. Gain insight into Tobyhanna's unparalleled capabilities that include full-spectrum support for sustainment, overhaul and repair, fabrication and manufacturing, engineering design and development, systems integration, technology insertion, modification, and global field support to our Warfighters.

May 18th or 19th
9:00 - 12:30 pm
In-person or virtual (TBD)
Up to 20 students

Northampton County District Attorney's Office
Criminal Justice
Preferred Majors: Criminal Justice, Paralegal

The Northampton County District Attorney’s Office is responsible for prosecuting all crimes committed within Northampton County. On Jan. 6, 2020, Terence Houck was sworn in as the county's 22nd District Attorney. Today, the office is comprised of the District Attorney, 21 staff attorneys, 7 detectives, and 17 staff members. This job shadow will allow you to experience firsthand some of the duties of an Assistant District Attorney, which may range from evaluating case evidence to attending a court hearing, depending on what is happening in our world the moment you join us. You will be paired with one Assistant District Attorney and have the chance to meet with District Attorney Houck, as well as our other attorneys in various units. This is an ideal opportunity for any student interested in criminal justice who wishes to gain insight into the daily, yet exciting life of a prosecuting attorney for the Commonwealth.

Wednesday, May 19 AND/OR Thursday, May 20
9:00 – 12:30
In-person
2 students