High School, Home School
World School, College Students, Parents
Unemployed, Job Seekers, Career Changers, Re-entry Workers
Motivational talk about getting started in life by being deliberate and making good choices about jobs, school, majors, friends, impression management, volunteer work, experiences, life choices, resumes, interviews, etc. Also details how lack of exposure results in lack of choices and how career education is taught in America and what families can do to counter what they have been taught. Strategies for parents and students about how to make the most out of high school to prepare for college, explore careers, and discovering the “I AM” in order to make high school a fun, engaging, and a educational experience that leads to career discovery and motivates students to take control of their future.
This workshop provides out-of-the-box, innovative, and imaginative ideas that turn the job search from reactive to proactive and puts the job seeker or career changer in the driver’s seat to finally “GET” not “HAVE” to go to work. Participants embark on an uplifting, motivational and thought-provoking journey to:
“I love this program it is great. It has helped me to expand my outlook on possible jobs. I am a firm believer in loving what you do as far as career. This should be adopted by our high schools it would really help out our college bound teens.”