Learn about how schools and community partners are taking part in DiscoverU through our participant and volunteer spotlights.
Explosions and Explorations at Puget Sound Energy
During a DiscoverU worksite tour at Puget Sound Energy, students from Renton High School ignited fires—and passions for new careers. "This worksiteRead more.
Renton Students Visit Starbucks Headquarters and Meet One of Their Own
"I'm a proud 1991 graduate of Renton High School," proclaimed Katina Thornock, Director of Corporate Counsel and Litigation at StarbucksRead more.
Centering Youth Voice in DiscoverU
By Alejandra Pérez Because I’m a young educator, some folks might feel it is inherently easy for me to doRead more.
By Emma Austin As an incoming freshman during fall 2016, I had the opportunity to attend a DiscoverU worksite tour.Read more.
A Day at Nordstrom for Lindbergh High Students
Lindbergh High School students got the chance to experience the wide variety of careers available at Nordstrom during a visitRead more.
Expanding Career Exploration Opportunities to More Students through a New Partnership
Thanks to a partnership with Challenge Seattle, more students are getting real life exposure to careers. Hundreds of students participatedRead more.
Lake Grove Elementary
Lake Grove Elementary School in Federal Way shows that it’s never too early for students to think about career goalsRead more.
Showalter Middle School in Tukwila
Students at Showalter Middle School aren’t just participating in DiscoverU activities – they are taking the lead in getting theRead more.
College Success Foundation Seattle
During the fourth annual DiscoverU week this year, College Success Foundation Seattle wants students to ask “Why?” Keith Stier-Van Essen,Read more.
South Seattle College
Even if a student is in college, that doesn't mean they should stop exploring the pathways to their dream career!Read more.
Renton/Skyway Boys & Girls Club
DiscoverU isn't just for schools and colleges - community organizations like the Renton/Skyway Boys & Girls Club get into theRead more.