What Else Can You Learn?
Interesting Statistics About Careers
80% of jobs NEVER get posted online, and are only found through networking
85% of jobs today are filled through networking-by someone you know or someone who referred you
95% of recruiters use LinkedIn to find talent–Yes, 95%.
More than 40% of college graduates take positions out of college that don't require a degree
More than 1 in 5 college grads still aren't working a degree-demanding job a decade after leaving school
30% of college students who go away to school come back home for good by Thanksgiving
Only 20% of students complete a bachelor’s degree in four years
Only 57% of students who enroll in college will graduate in six years
The total economic burden of depression due to lack of employment is now estimated to be $210.5 billion per year
Some economists say nearly 40% of borrowers could default on their college loans by 2023
What To Do?
Wouldn't it be wonderful if during your high school years you were able to create a network of professional contacts before you graduate?
You need more than a resume. No matter what you go into, you must have contacts in your industry.
Build your portfolio now, clean up your digital presence, make connections and find your path.
What Does The Program Cover?
You will from some of the top leaders in their fields. We plan on keeping this program fluid as we change and grow together, so don't hesitate to drop me a note with your ideas.
How to connect with college admission officers on LinkedIn
How to be safe at college--everything you need to know
How to use LinkedIn to get ahead early (the 4-6 most critical years)
Understand how student loans work before they become debt
Understanding your personality (extrovert, introvert, ambavert--and how that should affect your career choices)
How to manage your finances, understand taxes, create a budget, and make investments
How to purchase a home, apply for a mortgage, negotiate and buy, rent or sell property
Communication skills (hand-shaking, how to talk to people, making eye contact)
Failure and resilience
Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Having a plan B
Leaving your comfort zone
Designing the life you want