Want to find a meaningful career?
Everyone has a strength to capitalize on
DISCOVER your unique God-given natural abilities and how you are wired.
EXPLORE your career picks from your custom reports and debrief meeting.
UNDERSTAND why you would be happy in some fields and not as happy with others.
FORM YOUR NEXT CHAPTER IN LIFE after college, to know who you are and what you want
LEARN how to find the best career information from LinkedIn and other resources to build real-world views and answers. What you learn will be invaluable for navigating your career for the rest of your working life.
ACCURACY will feel right inside any feelings of stuck, stress, or unsure will leave. Now you can move forward with confidence and motivation.
USE your strengths to stand out.
FIND your next steps.
- LET GO: of stress, unsure, stuck, and analysis paralysis! This will all blow away instantly after you have a confident career pick.
High School Students
Your journey is just beginning
Now is the time to take stock of your natural talents. Build up your key strength to stand out on college applications.
When you find your career first, then your major is obvious. Then you can find colleges with strong programs and job placement rates. Land solid your goals for academic and college planning.
You will find your best career and education path
Knowing your career and major helps inform recruiting coaches offering sports scholarships.
Select a Plan A and a back-up Plan B career.
Select optimal AP classes to waive college core course requirements AND to gain the foundation knowledge for hard college classes to come.
A true story you want to avoid – A student attending a prestigious college found out his senior year that the best jobs in his field were going to his friends at the college an hour down the road. He was not aware that this other college had the #1 program rank in the US for his major field.
Stay on a solid track in college
Avoid common costly setbacks Students entering college with a confident career target can plan all 4 years of classes and avoid a major change, unforeseen class prerequisites, and required classes offered once a year.
Look Ahead Internships, and jobs after college to be sure you pursue your best internships, and technical skill-building classes.
See this as an opportunity Clear your head, to grasp who you are, and what you want for the chapter of your life that follows college on a personal and career level.
Find relief of the invasive mental nagging thoughts Changes are about your major or college, and if you should make a change.
Unlock your potential in both school and work
Know why We will have discussions about your best options, and the “WHY” answers. We consider many needs outside of using your top abilities, such as practical needs for a solid skill base, income potential, and job advancement.
Stay on track Set up for a job in your field after graduation.
More Decisions You may have your field skills, but you may need to put some thought into choosing an industry segment, some top employer targets, and to find network groups. We can help you map this out.
Gain skills in advanced LinkedIn searching and career research
Find answers from the current views of the real-work world for your career or job search question or topic.
Learn which sources to use, in what order, the questions to shape your search, search keywords, and how to compile the information to save time. Yes, LinkedIn is a top tool!
Many students believe they know how to use LinkedIn, but I have not yet met one who can pull powerful results before this training.
This service is a “must” have, high value, for college students, and young adults after graduation.