Career Creators Program

Become a BHHS Career Creator Today! 

Career Creators are local businesses which support our wonderful career education programs. It is presented by Beverly Hills High School, the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce, and the Beverly Hills Education Foundation.

What type of support would I help provide?

Career Creator members help provide invaluable real world experience for our students in a myriad of ways, including, coming as guest speakers, being interviewed on our student run television station KBEV, hosting students for informal visits about careers in their sectors, providing jobs and internships, providing feedback as we prepare for various competitions in our business, culinary, and media classes, and much more. They also help fund BHHS alum Teaching Assistants for Culinary Arts and Robotics, equipment purchases across our career courses and clubs, and competition related expenses.  

Why should businesses join?

For a detailed account from the business perspective, listen to Michael Bradford, GM of Audi Beverly Hills:  Interview with Michael Bradford.

What businesses are already members? 

Our list of members includes: 

Audi Beverly Hills, Stanley Black, Black and White Rent a Car, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Eisner Jaffe, Enterprise Holdings Foundation, Ervin Cohen & Jessup, Dr. Douglas Galen, Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger LLP, Hilton & Hyland, Il Fornaio, Imperial Capital Group, Infiniti, Kathleen Silver Commercial Real Estate, Law Office of Leigh Leshner, L'Ermitage Beverly Hills, Porta Via, The Beverly Hilton, The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce, Law Office of Paul D. Supnik, Albert J. Tumpson, Esq.

To become a Career Creator:

  1. Donate $500
  2. Participate in Career Day 
  3. Participate in BHHS KBEV Interview on Channel 6
  4. Host Signature Event (e.g., Culinary Group:  We organized paid workshops at Il Fornaio and Ocean Prime; Law Group: We set up monthly guest speakers) 
  5. Consider providing an internship or job (year or summer)

Every $1 will be matched by the school per the California Incentive Grant Program, supporting career education by funding these courses, clubs, and competitions:

Audio Production
Broadcast Journalism 
Business Management 
Culinary Arts 
DECA Marketing
Film and Video Production
Robotics 
Skills USA Competitions
Speech and Debate 
Sports Medicine 
Virtual Enterprise, and more!

 

For more information contact Cindy Dubin at cdubin@bhusd.org