Discover the right career for you! There are a lot of directions you could go in your career – but which direction is right for you? We help you narrow those choices by exploring your interests, talents, and dreams. Learn the skills to discover the perfect direction that works best for you right now and for the rest of your professional life.
It’s a relief to know that when one of my professors or a friend of my parents offers to help me and begins with “What kind of job are you looking for?” or “How may I help you?” I have a ready answer – friendly, polite, and detailed.- Jack H.
It has been an extreme pleasure working with you throughout the years. Your professionalism, insight and connection with our kids has had a wonderful impact on all of us.- Debbie S.
Diane, you really believed in me and were living proof that I was employable! From the card sort to walking me through researching, gathering information, and prepping for interviews, you were The Best.- Audrey H.
I cannot say enough wonderful things about the attention, support, warmth, assistance, and expert guidance you have given my son and me.- Janet H.
Thanks for helping with my “elevator speech.” I never knew there was such a thing! Now I can easily introduce myself to a potential employer, mention my skills, talk about why I’m qualified for a position, and even offer examples of my strengths in an articulate and professional manner.- Chris L.
Thanks for all the time that you have spent counseling our boys to help them achieve their dreams.- Steve G.
In case you never hear back from students you helped get into the correct college, I wanted you to know that you helped [my son] get into WPI in Massachusetts. He completed a degree in Physics there in three years and went on to do a Masters and is now in his second year Ph.D. at USC. He absolutely loves what he is doing and your directing him to his perfect fit was wonderful. Thank you!- Parent
You have been absolutely indispensable in the process. You helped Mary make the necessary decisions, provided vital information and insights, got her to do the paperwork done on time, assisted her with the formulation, concepts, and revisions of the essays, and kept her focused and smiling.- Larry H.
You can use all sorts of lists to decide where to go to college: ideas from friends and family, mailings from colleges you’ve heard of, or never heard of, athletic teams you root for, etc.
Although this may not be the semester you were hoping for, now is a great time to explore careers. You can use this “down time” to better understand your own aptitudes and interests to set the stage for your career planning.
A gap year is not an extended bout of procrastination. And it’s not a directionless year off. It’s more like a year ON. A year to develop skills, work, discover and pursue personal interests, or travel.