LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT: YOUR KEYS TO CAREER SUCCESS
At High, learning and job advancement go hand in hand.
Many of our job openings are filled with internal talent.
If you love learning, are excited about new ideas and new ways of doing things, and ask a lot of questions, you’re a great fit for the High companies. That’s because working here is an ongoing learning experience. You’ll continuously build your knowledge and skills so you’re well prepared to meet job challenges.
And have fun along the way.
High Supports Your Professional Development
We have a talent development director who is 100-percent focused on driving a culture of learning and growth for every employee at High.
We offer a variety of professional development supports and services including an in-house certified career coach, professional assessment tools, and a learning platform featuring over 3,000 resources ranging from Microsoft Office tutorials to leadership development courses, to safety and compliance training.
You’ll also be encouraged to participate in virtual and live educational workshops that support your professional and personal goals.
INTERNSHIPS FOR UNDERGRADS AND GRAD STUDENTS
For students and recent graduates, our management training and internship programs offer hands-on work experience to help you build your resume and make informed decisions about the career you want.
A number of the High companies have mentorship programs that pair new hires with experienced co-workers. We’ve found that this gives new co-workers access to company-specific knowledge and procedures, a willing sounding board for ideas, and a friendly face from day one.
CO-OPS FOR HIGH SCHOOL AND VOCATIONAL STUDENTS
Co-ops who come to High learn to work within a team and gain real-life hands-on work experience. You will see what it’s like to be part of an organization and get experience that helps you explore career options while preparing for the world of work. You will fine-tune your core competencies and develop other skills that can be indispensable for future professional roles. More importantly, you will become an early contributor to the community and learn to master sustainable practices that you can transfer to your other ventures. One measure of success is seeing students transition to full-time status and becoming responsible, capable, and innovative employees.