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Career
Exploration

Use BrightFutures assessments and career planning tools to set career goals. Choose a field that suits your interests and talents and get started on the pathway to your first job.

Career
Hubs

BrightFutures Career Hubs offer a physical space to learn about and research careers, take interest-based assessments, and hear firsthand from people working in the industry.

Career
Ambassadors

Our volunteer network of professionals working in a variety of industries provide firsthand insights, advice, and “day in the life” perspectives to high school students considering various careers.

Mobile Career
Explorer RV

Our technology-laden RV is out and about in the North Bay, bringing career exploration tools, guest speakers, and the latest career-driven data to schools and community events. Invite us to your next career fair!

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Mobile
Career
Explorer

Can’t come to us? We’ll come to you! The Bright Futures Mobile Career Explorer is a Career Hub on wheels, stocked with everything you need to get your career search started.

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Intrigue

Curiosity is the first step in learning and growth. We open the eyes of high school students to the world of career possibilities.

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Inform

Understanding the required education, traits, talents, and career path trajectory helps young people decide their next steps.

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Inspire

Our network of career path ambassadors inspires Bright Futures participants to set education and career goals and meet their full potential.

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Our Mission

With a mission to intrigue, inform and inspire young people to achieve their fullest potential, Bright Futures is a public partnership between the Workforce Alliance of the North Bay and the educational partners in Napa, Lake, Mendocino, and Marin counties. The program focuses on exposing high school students to careers through a robust network of volunteer professionals and best-in-class tools for career path exploration.

This WIOA Title I financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.