Finding Your Right Career

 

Only 50% of college Freshmen will actually graduate.  Of these, most will take 6 years to graduate college.

Being in college for 2 extra years, and being out of the job market for 2 years is easily a $100,000 mistake.

The #1 reason for this is that college students change their major requiring more time in school.

Our assessment put your child on the right major/career path.

The assessment is 60 minute online with a 60 minute private consultation with our career coach, a recording of the interview, a written report and a lifelong tool.  

Our fee of $595.00 will translate into a possible $100,000 savings!

WHAT YOU'LL TAKE AWAY

CAREER PATH ANALYSIS:  ​​​​

A list of career areas and career titles generated by how similar your personality is to people who are  satisfied in those jobs

LEADERSHIP TRAITS

Your preferred styles of leading or managing others.  Customized insights based on your your personality may impact your college interview/search and job interviews

INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES

Customized insights based on your your personality may impact your college interview/search and job interviews

 

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Purpose of the Assessment

Identify Your: 

Interests

Strengths

Needs

Non-Productive Behaviors

Careers Fields

What are Your Strengths

These answers the question

Who Are You?

What makes  you uniquely you

Your Usual Behavior

Why You Need to Find the Right Career

Happiness and Success.

80% of people are not happy in their current occupation.

Don't lead a life of

quiet desperation!

Professional Success Zone

Information provides a better understanding of careers options where you will feel fulfilled and

be successful

Based on your Interests, Strengths and Needs.

Choosing the Right Major

Your major usually leads

to your career choice.

Don't use trial and error

but be sure before your 

freshman year in

college.

What are Your Interests

These are the kinds of activities you prefer.

They are not skills or talents

They energize you and keep you fully charged

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