Have you ever seen a motivational career ed classroom poster as cool as this one? Inspire high school students with this great educational business career motivational classroom poster from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. With a bold, eye-catching design, Poster #714 is going to look great on the walls of your classroom, school career center, afterschool program, or community center. This engaging, informative business career poster gets even the most lackluster students focused on their goal of having a career in business as their own boss. If your students tell you that they don’t need a diploma because they are just going to work for themselves, then Poster #714 is the wake-up call they need.
Designed by the mental health and education experts at Youth Change Workshops as part of a series of innovative motivational career ed classroom posters, Poster #714 makes it clear what it takes to be successful business owner. Listing skills like “employment law” and “money management,” and showing that business owners do jobs like “interface with clients” and “negotiate contracts”, your students see how the day-to-day work in school prepares them for a business career. This smart motivational classroom poster is the best way to engage students who dismiss the value of school.
This fantastic classroom business career ed motivational poster is part of a series of 24 vocational education posters, Set #S011. The series name is “Do You Have What It Takes?” Your career, job training, and STEM classes can use the posters in this series to remind students that “before they hit the big time, first they hit the books.” Youth Change Professional Development Workshops is the expert in motivational classroom posters, and this clever series is a must-have for middle schools, high schools and technical programs. The posters are sold individually or you can opt to purchase the whole set. The set of 24 posters sells at a discounted price, or you can choose which individual series posters you want to purchase by looking at Posters #700 to #723.