11:30-1:30, November 5th, 2019

​Hosted by the Del Mar Marriott

BAY’s goal is to connect high school students with industry representatives who will help them better understand and inspire them to pursue their desired career field.

We are thrilled to have career coach Kolby Goodman returning to run the student career workshop.

Thank you to our 2019 sponsors for their support!

What is our goal?

The Business and Youth Expo, presented by Explore Solutions, is an opportunity for students to learn from and connect with professionals in a unique one-on-one setting. 

Representatives from participating companies and principal-selected San Diego County high school juniors and seniors. The event also features guest speakers.

This was an incredible event. The students were very enthusiastic, professional, and polite. Mr. Cecchetto was such an engaging speaker and Dr. Wahl from the Salk Institute was inspiring."

-Denise Pihas, Restaurant Owner

Who attends BAY?

We are excited to announce our 2019 Featured Speakers


Angie Lasagna, VP of Community Relations andExternal Affairs at Mission Federal Credit Union​


Matt Taylor, Radiation Oncology Clinical Operations Manager at UC San Diego

We were delighted to participate and truly believe the work of Explore Solutions is having a direct and meaningful impact on the lives of students in San Diego."

-Sheilagh Carlisle, KPBS Public Media

San Diego Business and Youth Expo

Explore Solutions is a 501(c)(3) community based organization.

You can donate directly

through Paypal.

Click HERE to donate.

Testimonials

What is BAY? 

Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to attend the expo and luncheon today.  It was such an amazing and educational event.  I felt so lucky to be at the table of engineers from LifeProof as I share so many common interests with them!  I am amazed at the generosity so many participants displayed to us students and their offers for future contacts, including a tour of LifeProof!!  We are so fortunate to be provided such a meaningful opportunity."

-A Mira Mesa High School junior