“Whether you think you can, or

you think you can’t, you’re right.”

—Henry Ford

Welcome to Vocation Station!

VocationStation exists to bring knowledge of the professional world outside of the classroom. We hope to inspire kids K – 12 to discover the skills they already possess and can bring to the workforce so that (with confidence),  they can:  

“Take that first step into a larger world” – (Obi-Wan Kenobi)

 “We must believe that we are

gifted for something and

that this thing must

be attained.”

— Marie Curie

In the light of the recent events in North Carolina we the team at VocationStation want to say that as we go about our business of helping students obtain positions of employment sought after, there no room for hatred and prejudices. With respect, love and passion to help, we hope that students, businesses, professionals and the community at large follow our thoughts of helping others without discrimination of any kind.


To give students an assisted, mentored path, that will teach them how to make ‘Choices with confidence’


To provide students with resources and skills, so they can accomplish their educational and career goals with knowledge, wisdom and confidence.


To help prepare students K – 12 using different approaches within three events: Silly selfies (for Elementary School students), Middle of the Road (or Middle School students), and Market-Ready/Rotation (for High School students)

Need some interview appropriate attire but on a tight budget? Click this link below for a great opportunity at our local clothing bank!


Let’s work together

If you’re a business owner who would like to help with this project, let us know! There are many ways to help us and help your business at the same time!

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– Testimony –

” Ed and all the staff at Vocation Station (V.S.), are very passionate about connecting young people with professionals. The programs they have put into practice highlights young peoples marketable skills to  searching employers. It fosters and encourages an environment of respect and professionalism in the next working generation. V.S. creates  mutually beneficial relationships between companies and potential employees. ”     – Austin Clendenen