If you’re in your 20‘s and you’ve found this website, you’re probably looking for some direction. You may be a recent college graduate with little or no direction. You may be unemployed. You may be under-employed. You may really dislike your current job. You may be considering or applying to graduate school. You may simply be stagnating in your career and need some general mentoring.
Whatever your dilema or need, take a few moments to click around on this page and then give us a call to chat about how we can help.
Meg Jay, PhD, author of “The Defining Decade – Why your twenties matter – and how to make the most of them now” writes:
“In a rare study of life-span development, researchers at Boston University and University of Michigan examined dozens of life stories, written by prominent successful people towards the end of their lives. They were interested in “autobiographical consequential experiences,” the ‘circumstances and people that had the strongest influence on how life unfolded thereafter.’ They discovered that while important events took place from birth to death, those that determined their future were most heavily concentrated during the 20-Something years.”
Listen to her TedTalk.
It is a colorful and multi-dimensional blend of guidance, mentoring, teaching and advocacy, so that the journey between your education institute and the real world is exciting and productive, not filled with rejection and frustration. Imagine having a first class career services department focused only on you, providing, insight, practical ideas, contacts, resources and cheerleading, whenever you need them.
You’ll meet with us individually, via Skype, on the phone or in person. Sessions may be weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, with assignments given in between meetings. We’ll set goals, work on them together as a team and have fun at the same time!
And when you are off in the professional world having landed a job or internship, we’ll still be here for you. Our clients love having someone who knows them well, in addition to a family member, to check in with, bounce ideas off, and generally share concerns and successes. You can reach out to us for an internship question, a personal issue on the job or in graduate school, or simply to receive some guidance about a new program or adventure you’re considering.
Click here to contact us and set up an appointment with one of our Advisors.