Broward County businesses, colleges, trade or government organizations with job opportunities for high school graduates are invited to participate in the 2016 My Next Move: An Education/Career & Work Readiness Experience on Saturday, May 21st at McArthur High School. Broward County Commissioner Beam Furr and Nadine McCrea, CEO of Community Enhancement Collaboration, Inc., who initiated the event together with a host of regional partners are looking to assist high school graduates who may not yet have a solid plan for employment or aren’t fully aware of the many opportunities that exist for future scholastic or on-the-job training.  “These are teenagers who may not have an immediate plan to go to college, but want to find employment that suits their skills and interests.  Local companies are looking for talented young people and these graduates have already attended a number of workshops and seminars to prepare them for the workforce.  What they need now is the right opportunity.  Companies offering jobs, an apprenticeship, training or trade opportunities are most welcomed,” said Commissioner Furr. Unlike traditional career fairs, participating graduating seniors will apply skills learned from workshops conducted by CareerSource Broward, Hispanic Unity of Florida and OIC of South Florida where they received training in professionalism, interviewing techniques, writing an effective resume / cover letter, soft skills and more. This one day-event provides participating employers an opportunity to either recruit or present viable career pathways to specially selected seniors from South Broward, Hollywood Hills, McArthur and Hallandale High Schools.