Here at Building BLOC, we help high school students with college and career development.
Our founders, Weston and Khiry, have visited 48 states in 90 days
to connect with partner schools and organizations, wihile raising awareness for helping
high school students develop fundamental skills and positively impact their communities.
Here at Building BLOC, we help students with varying levels of business interests and experiences achieve their personal and professional goals.
Through peer-to-peer networking opportunities and hands-on experiences, we work with local communities to foster close-knit and supportive networks for career development, leadership, and service.
Building BLOC Clubs
These case studies enable the students to solve real problems for local businesses, which maximizes their growth, while simultaneously helping the community
One-on-one mentorship pairs the students up with a business professional in their field of interest, allowing them to ask questions and receive guidance for their unique career and
Weekly meetings allow the students to discuss business news and career development tips, while forging relationships with peers who share similar interests and career goals
Building BLOC Career
We support high school career centers by reaching out
to the community to identify safe opportunities for students
we identify additional opportunities for meaningful,
we partner with organizations to provide work-based learning
and skill development necessary for college
we collaborate with schools to ensure that students can access the most up-to-date opportunities
parents are excited to have
a centralized directory of opportunities for students
to find opportunities
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While developing their career and academic needs, the students also commit to improving the local community. This Beach Clean-up event allowed the students to bond with their mentors, while discarding trash and making a real impact.
To prepare for the upcoming semester, the students held a Leadership Brunch at the Cheesecake factory. This session allowed them to organize roles and divide responsibilities, while brainstorming new ideas to expand the club.
Weston K. Seid