Assess whether the career they had in mind is right for them.
Venture off to college with a more focused career goal in mind.
Make informed decisions when choosing colleges & majors based on the career they want to pursue.
Students will learn how to shadow effectively, and how to ask the right questions to get the absolute most out of your time.
Start building relationships with potential employers, which will benefit them when they start to join the workforce.
Build confidence in themselves and learn life skills that will help them forever.
How ShadowMe Works
Signing up for ShadowMe grants students access to their own Career Advisor, whose job is to interview,
analyze, and match students with career professionals for shadowing experiences.
(Live in only New York City – For Now)
What is Shadowing?
Shadowing is a non-recurring observation of a career; it shows a student what the “day in the life” of a particular career might look like. Shadowing should be no more than 1 day and no less than 1 hour. Shadowing is designed to ignite a spark of interest towards a particular career.
Who is the program best suited for?
Our program is best suited for high school & college students (13 – 21 years old). However if you are beyond college age and are looking for a different career, we can certainly help you!
What is the success rate of the program?
We have been able to successfully help everyone who has used us to shadow. Whether it’s an undirected high school student or a college student trying to find the right major, we have helped them all.
Is there a money-back guarantee?
We want to see you succeed and if we do not have the career that you are looking for, we will give you a full refund. This only applies to users who have specifically requested to shadow a certain career.
What is the best way to contact ShadowMe?
If it is a general question, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If your question is directed towards your own Career Advisor, then they will give you their email address once you have signed up!
Not a Student?
Job shadowers tend to be the most driven, creative, highest producing workers, continuing their relationships well past their shadowing.