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Learn to Be Rainmakers …
Build Networks and Skills

Here’s where upperclassmen/women will build their professional networks, increase their work-savvy skills, and prepare to earn money in a traditional job or in the Gig Economy.

As upperclassmen/women, juniors and seniors are just on the edge of their adult lives, whether they are on their way to a two-year or a four-year college, to the military, to an industry training program, or to the workplace and their first full-time job. They might also be considering entry into the Gig Economy (either part- or full-time) after they turn 18 years of age to earn the money they need for college and/or other life expenses. First-year college students are also welcome to participate in our Rainmakers Internship Preparation Program.

When students enter their junior year in high school, they officially become ‘Rainmakers Candidates’ and begin their work under our Rainmakers Internship Preparation Program (RIPP). If juniors/seniors have been exposed to our materials from their middle school years and as freshmen and sophomores, they have learned a lot, but they still have a lot more they need to know do to close the knowledge gaps they still have about the world of work. That is why we have two more years of experiential learning to offer them in their last years of high school through our RIPP activities.

Of course, and as usual, we impart that learning through challenging but fun activities and simulations that mimic the world of work.

Participating juniors and seniors will experience a multi-year, multi-phase informal course of study provides the curriculum, training, and mentoring necessary for our participating students (our Rainmakers Candidates) to be able to seek, solicit, secure, and successfully complete a Rainmakers Internship.


Don’t Miss This Additional Information:

Successful Rainmakers Candidate Become Rainmakers for Life.

We Give You What Colleges Want.

What We Know About What Employers Want.

Get Your Competitive Edge Here.


Here’s the Rest of the Story:

Why We Invented a New Kind of Internship.

Start with RIPP Phase I.

What Can High School Interns Do for an Employer?

Review Our Sequence of Activities Across Grade Levels and Programs.