Career Education Reimagined

Workaday Media creates free web-based videos and classroom activities that excite students about their future. It’s career education for a new economy and new generation. Learn more

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Short videos expose young people to awesome jobs

Tag-along segments feature real working people. Informational segments explain educational paths and facts about the career.


Classroom materials connect schoolwork to exciting careers.

Engaging classroom activities link what students are learning in class to real work challenges.


Website enables communication and exploration

Online portal will facilitate career research and collaboration between professionals, educators and students.

Latest News

Workaday Media featured in Good Times >

We’re proud to announce that this week’s Good Times, the famed weekly newspaper serving Santa Cruz County since 1975, features an article on Workaday Media and our work in the community. Life After High School explains the project’s origins, development, current work and vision for the future.

Life After High School by April M. Short

Nonprofit seeks to connect students with career inspiration

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Whole Foods Community Giving Day! >

Workaday Media is wrapping up 2012 with a bang thanks to our amazing community of friends and supporters. You guys are bringing us closer and closer to our funding goal and the promise of more and better career education for youth across the nation.

In a heartening show of support, Whole Foods Market stores in Capitola and Santa Cruz have come on board as our first Community … keep reading.

Video Update: One Classroom at a Time >

Things are getting intense here at Workaday Media headquarters. Our new website is finally complete. News outlets are catching wind of Workaday’s revolutionary mission and progress. And most importantly, we have exciting new classroom activities that we’re rolling out in schools to outstanding responses from teachers and students.

Just yesterday our new classroom ambassador, Tegan Dixon, visited two classes at Soquel High School and introduced our flagship … keep reading.