Getting to college graduation and the transition from college to a prosperous career can be challenging. A career coach can help you maximize this special time in your life and confidently propel yourself into the next chapter.
Here are 5 reasons students can benefit from a career coach.
1. Academically Overwhelmed
If your academic life is out of balance, stressful, and just plain overwhelming, working with a career coach can help you manage your time more efficiently by organizing your living environment, school supplies, class schedule, study time, and activities and setting up reminders and other systems to stay on track.
2. Ready to Change Majors
If you are contemplating changing your major or recently changed your major, working with a career coach can help you outline your goals, evaluate your options and create an academic and career plan that is easy to execute and maintain.
3. Accessed Less Than 3 Campus Resources
Your college tuition affords you with a plethora of opportunities. A career coach can help you research and access all the campus resources available to assist you mentally, physically, academically, and emotionally.
4. Seeking an Internship or Job in Your Field
A career coach can not only help with identifying career goals, cover letter and resume development, discovering hidden opportunity and interview preparation but positioning yourself for success overall.
5. Unsure of Your Next Steps
Whether you are a student ready to declare a major, a senior nearing graduation, or a recent grad unsure of your next educational or professional steps a career coach can help you evaluate your skills, interests and options so that you move forward with assurance, support, and a strong plan that fits your individual situation.
Do any of these statements sound like you?
Nicki Sanders, Chief Visionary Officer of Packaged For Success, helps both youth and adults discover their personal power, dream big, and achieve success on their own terms. Ms. Sanders is an experienced trainer, group facilitator, and program manager who holds a Master’s degree in Social Work. Ms. Sanders has over fifteen years of direct experience with diverse populations in residential, school-based, and community based agencies.
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