By the completion of school, every student will be on their unique path to realize their full promise, having had equal opportunities to plan and prepare for their next step.
At CareerVisor the simple binary of college and career does not exist. The goal is to prepare all students to be future ready. There are more than two career paths after high school. In fact, there are just as many paths to a successful and fulfilling career as there are students in our education system, including but not limited to: college (Associate’s and Bachelor’s programs), trade/technical/vocational schools, apprenticeships, the military, and a gap year. With a world of options, it can be overwhelming and choosing the right one can be nerve-wracking. But it doesn’t have to be.
CareerVisor provides career development support to students in middle and high school. Through its services, a space is created for students to have multiple discussions about their future goals and how these are aligned with different career options. These conversations begin as early as middle school by helping younger students discover their individual interests and skills and introducing them to a full spectrum of career possibilities. In high school, students do a deeper dive into self-discovery and career exploration; ultimately, identifying goals and creating a plan so by the time they finish high school, they will be ready for college, career, or advanced training.
Founded in early 2021, CareerVisor is a low-profit limited liability corporation (L3C), which means it has a charitable purpose. There is a charge for one-on-one coaching services; however, cost will never be a barrier to accessing these.
High school goes by fast and before you know it, you or your student will be walking across the graduation stage. Don't wait to start planning for life after high school. Start planning for what comes next today.
"I believe every adolescent has unlimited promise. However, in today’s American society, there are barriers to the promise of adolescence that reduce access to opportunities, services, and support. This limited access leads to disparities in outcomes, resulting in too many adolescents in the US falling behind their peers. Fortunately, there are ways we, as a caring society, can help realize opportunities for all youth to thrive."